Northwest NEWS

September 27, 1999

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

The pit stops here, but only with help from the community

Duvall Rock QuarryLooming on the horizon is a major invasion of our rural way of life in Snoqualmie Valley. The proposed Duvall Rock Quarry two miles north of Duvall will permanently disrupt the tranquility of Cherry Valley.

Seven-hour trip to doctor is excessive; disabled Americans have been forgotten

disabled AmericansI wonder if there are other handicapped Metro Access van riders who have been experiencing the same difficulties with van arrivals as have I lately?

It's time for elected officials to wake up, listen to the people, and lower taxes

lower taxesIt is time for all our elected officials at every level to wake up. Listen to the people--lower taxes. If they won't do it, the citizens have no choice but to continue to take control at the polls.

Biggest parking lots in the nation will be I-5, I-405, I-90, SR-520

I-695Highway parking lots will be one of the effects of I-695. This will be a result of the $880 million transportation fund loss in the 1999-2001 biennium.

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