Northwest NEWS

June 26, 2000


Letters to the Editor

Why do man's problems with animals always end violently?

animal controlI 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

animal controlI 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

traffic safetyI 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

trestle muralsDoesn'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

county bus serviceI 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

Duvall developmentSince 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

community involvementI 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

school danceI 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...

organ donorsMany 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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