March 20, 2000
Letters to the Editor
Artwalk not funded with tax dollars
I would like to clear up a few misconceptions that were causing your reader, Sandy Elliot of Bothell, to criticize a plan for the placement of art along the Sammamish Trail in Woodinville.
Attendance at SEPA scoping hearing is vital
Friends of Cherry Valley have been actively opposing the Duvall Quarry for over a year, and now is the time we need your help the most.
Life's not cool when kids take guns to school
It makes no difference. It's everyone's business. Where'd they get 'em is the question to ask. Every gun has an owner, it's a matter of fact.
Eyman's I-711 bad for property owners
There were many reasons to vote for Tim Eyman's I-695 last November, like stopping highway projects by knocking $1.2 billion out of the Washington Dept. of Transportation's 1999-2000 budget.
Deception and half-truths return
Once again deception and half-truths emerge in the Woodinville Weekly's March 6th article titled "County erects emergency radio tower."
Attacks are pure propaganda
The Building Industry Association of Washington has launched an attack on growth management by releasing an ad campaign blaming the GMA for a lack of affordable housing.
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