Northwest NEWS

January 29,2001

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Who's really perpetuating the "rift"?

*I would like to thank the author who wrote the Jan. 15 letter, "Why many voted no. . ."
  

Dear Cedarcrest students, faculty, administrators and committee members,

*We owe a huge debt of gratitude for the letter published Jan.15. The letter clearly shows why it has been so difficult to pass bonds and levies in this community. I consider these people NNNE (Not Now, Not Ever).
  

It's the people who make a school

*I'm writing in response to the letter sent Jan. 15. As a 20-year member of this community I have seen and felt the enormous growth that has impacted our area.
  

Duvall and Carnation need to pull together

*I am amazed, confused and somewhat embarrassed that I live in a community where people are constantly looking for more ways to keep Carnation and Duvall separated rather than finding ways of helping them pull together.
  

Public comment is vitally important

*King County's amendments to its comprehensive plan and land use regulations will be up for adoption by the full council at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 5. Public comment is needed on vitally important, unpublicized issues such as:.
  

Improvements to Novelty Hill Road would be an exercise in futility

*Since you are asking for written comments from residents about the N.E. Novelty Hill Rd. Project, I would like to give you mine.
  

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