Northwest NEWS

May 1, 2000

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Dump trucks need to make some adjustments to their schedules

construction trafficAm I alone in my frustration/anger over the slow traffic in the mornings heading west out of Duvall? The biggest problem appears to be the dump trucks.
  

Hopefully, it won't take a fatality to make changes at intersection

dangerous intersectionThe intersection at NE 165th St. and Avondale Rd. should be improved for safety. In my opinion, it is the most dangerous intersection in the Woodinville area.
  

Safeway and Big Rock Road

Duvall SafewayWe have been characterized by the multi-billion dollar Safeway Corporation as obstructive and greedy. In fact, the greed is entirely Safeway's.
  

Showdown is common-sense growth management

Fall City SubareaI do not believe the Fall City Subarea Plan amendments will be a partisan showdown. The Citizens Advisory Committee solicited public input and discarded much of it.
  

Billboards on SR-522 are a danger and blight

billboardsAlongside SR-522 near Paradise Lake Road, almost precisely where a truck crossed the center line and collided head-on with my wife six years ago, is a new billboard.
  

Mother is thankful for the visual learning program that helped her son

learning supportI would like each and every Oddfellow and Rebecca to know that if it were not for your organization, I probably would not have been able to keep my son in therapy and that he would not have made his great strides in learning.
  

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