June 26, 2000
Why do man's problems with animals always end violently?
|I am fairly new to this city, but until June 19, I felt that most all of the City Council members were fair, open-minded individuals. But the last Council meeting proved otherwise.|
A one-year moratorium will not place city at risk
|I am requesting the following of the Woodinville City Council: Immediately rescind the "invitation" to the USDA allowing them to convene goose kills in Woodinville.|
Remind children to look both ways before crossing the street
|I am an East Ridge parent familiar with the accident that occurred in the Saybrook Estates neighborhood a couple of weeks ago.|
So many thanks are due to so many
|Doesn't the BNSF trestle look great now? Phase I of Gateway Enhancement 2000 has been completed with the partnerships of The City of Woodinville, Northshore School District, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, and many more.|
Buses have enhanced the quality of lives
|I am wondering if readers realize how close we are in East King County to getting a major reduction of ACCESS and DART bus service.|
Writer wants concerns answered
|Since I bought my house on Miller Street in Duvall a little over two years ago, I have had to take too many things in stride. I had no idea how much I was going to have to put up with when I bought my house.|
Experience on committee will be cherished memory
|I would like to thank the Maltby Neighborhood Alliance (MNA) and the Maltby community for the wonderful opportunity to serve on the MNA Executive Committee.|
Support made dance a memorable event
|I would like to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt thanks for the wonderful committee and parent group I worked with for the 8th grade dance at Tolt Middle School.|
From a young reader...
|Many people have the wrong idea when they hear the words "organ donor." They believe that someone has to be dead to become a donor, which is not true. There can be living donors, as well.|
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