Northwest NEWS

February 19, 2001

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Coat drive was a great success

*Woodinville High School hosted a Coat Drive Jan. 29 through Feb. 2.
  

Now is a great time to have our voices heard

*I am writing you in regard to the letter published in the Feb. 7 edition, with which I have a couple of bones of contention.
  

Trails are a benefit to the community

*I am writing in response to Maxine Keesling's letter of Jan. 29. Public comment is vitally important.
  

New service doesn't seem better

*Puget Sound Energy will soon be installing automated meter reading service. The automated meter is nothing more than a cell phone with transmission capabilities. My meter is on the opposite wall of my kitchen.
  

Landowners and developers are not the problem

*This is a rebuttal to the article "When the splashing was loud" on Jan. 29, 2001.
  

Guest Editorial: For some Canada is the only hope

*My mother-in-law Mary is an 85-year-old senior citizen on Social Security with severe Parkinson's disease, heart problems, arthritis and other medical conditions. She needs several medications to control her disease symptoms and relieve as much of her suffering as possible.
  

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