February 26, 2001
|We as a family wanted to bring an upcoming event to the community's attention - the week of February 25-March 3 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.|
Taxpayers will be the ones to pay.
|I, David Callon, resigned my position as fire commissioner effective Dec. 19, 2000, because I am moving out of the state of Washington. It has been an honor to serve the taxpayers as a Fire Commissioner and I am proud of the quality of our fire services and the dedication of our fire fighters.|
There's no reason not to be civil.
|I am writing in response to a letter that was written a few weeks ago suggesting that people who are trying to merge when their lane ends should not expect anyone to let them merge in.|
There are useful lessons at the end of a shovel
|I am 5 percent responsible for defeating the Cedarcrest athletic facilities bond, since I cast the 20th decisive vote. Here is what you can do to win my vote.|
Why is outdoor burning no longer allowed on Hollywood Hill?
|A copy of a letter sent to Puget Sound Clean Air Agency and Dept. of Ecology|
Writer offers apology
|I owe an apology to Nancy Hill and anyone else who thought my letter to the editor implied that I do not consider the deplorable state of our roads a serious concern.|
Programs and jobs are cut as taxes go up.
|County Executive Ron Sims has announced that as many as 500 county jobs could be cut, while other entire programs could be whacked to make up a projected $36 million shortfall in the 2002 county budget.|
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