Northwest NEWS

February 14, 2000

Editorial

Guest Editorial

Rural citizens to benefit from SWM program

SWM programThe extension of King County's surface water management service area provides unincorporated County residents with services that those who live in incorporated cities and towns already have in place.

Letters to the Editor

Commissioner out of touch with fire department

WFLSD budgetWe need fire commissioners who understand the needs of the community and the needs of the fire department so that they can deliver quality service to the community.

Nutritional information would be appreciated

nutritional informationYour "Dining In" section often has recipes that sound delicious. However, there is no nutritional information at all. Have you thought about getting with the program and supplying the nutritional information to go with the recipes?

As usual, but please fix it

NE 165th St. floodingI believe it is gross negligence for King County to leave NE 165th St. as it is and simply put up Road Closed signs whenever it rains for a few days.

Public schools hold our future in their hands

Monroe schools levyI would like to take a moment to share some of my experiences with the Monroe Public School District and explain why I will vote for the upcoming levy on March 14, 2000.

Let's help kids prepare for the future

tech levyI am writing this letter to explain why passing our Technology Levy on February 29th is not only necessary, but also overdue.

Just a little top-heavy

WFLSD budgetIn answer to statements attacking me in the most recent issue of the Woodinville Weekly, I have to clarify a few points.

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