November 1, 1999
A Capital Idea
To me, being governor means providing the link between government policies and the people those policies affect--the people of Washington State.
Letters to the Editor
Landowners need affordable permits
Applicants for permits should pay a reasonable base fee, with the benefiting public picking up the rest. DDES needs limits, and landowners need affordable permits.
Advice for creek property owners
A suggestion to creek property owners who find themselves faced with the dilemma of dealing with a beaver dam(s)...
It's sad when we have to lock up our mailboxes
I live on 194th Ave. NE behind Cottage Lake Elementary School. On Oct. 20, we did not receive our mail. The next day, our neighbor found the remains of our mail in their woods.
Lack of permits keeps manufactured home in driveway
This letter is to help inform all your readers about a situation that is taking place in our community and affecting several landowners.
Website created for Reintree
Reintree, a neighborhood near Cottage Lake, is developing a website to share information and experiences, and to help neighbors become better acquainted.
Access Van Service needs to solve scheduling problems
Mrs. Eleanor Wallis wrote a very touching letter a few weeks ago regarding timing problems with the Access Van Service for disabled people.
Officials should have to count on Access to get around
Eleanor, you are not alone! I live close to the Cottage Lake Community Service Center (King County), and my service has been so terrible that my doctor has ordered me to take a taxi.
Work on soccer fields was appreciated
The Cedarcrest Volunteer Fields Committee would like to thank these individuals and businesses that helped restore the soccer field at CHS...
Where are all the students going?
Riverview residents need to read the school board notes to find out what shape this district is in. Eighty-five students have left this district, creating a potential loss of $250,000.
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