February 12, 2001
Cedar is a grand tree, but unsuitable for first planting
|This letter is in regard to the article, "When the splashing was loud," published on Jan. 29.|
Federal action needed to help state efforts through power crisis
|As our West Coast power situation worsens, I've announced an energy supply alert and issued executive orders designed to make sure we protect our air quality while we generate enough electricity.|
Northshore student in India invites questions, comments
|My name is Sophia, and I was born and raised in Washington state.|
Find the money somewhere else
|I am a 1985 graduate of Tolt High School. I believe there is another reason why the students at Cedarcrest don't have their athletic fields.|
Whoop-de-doo at Harborview
|In the Jan. 29 issue of the Valley View, a writer said "Our current facilities make us the laughing stock of the Kingco leagues. But that is OK with them because the roads are not up to snuff. Well, Whoop-de-doo."|
Communities need to unite
|Prompted by the genuine passion expressed in all the letters recently published on the issue surrounding the absence of adequate P.E. and athletic facilities at Cedarcrest High School, I feel compelled to acknowledge the contrasting emotions and views.|
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