Northwest NEWS

April 2, 2001

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Solutions aren't easy, but apathy is irresponsible

*We would like to thank our customers for their great response to our call to reduce water consumption.
  

It's the landowners who will pay

*The new burn ban on Hollywood Hill and other areas west of Avondale and Paradise Lake roads is a prime example of state agencies run amuck.
  

Children are worthy of the very best the community has to offer

*Thank you for giving us the opportunity to share our opinions in your paper.
  

CHS has a strong sense of community commitment, dedication

*I am writing in response to "Money should go to Academics" in the March 12 issue. I am appalled at the lack of support and dislike that the writer shows for Cedarcrest High School (CHS).
  

>Voter has changed her mind

*From 1987 to February of this year, the City of Bothell Police Department has been housed in leased office space at the North Creek Business Park.
  

Dear voters of the Riverview School District:

*Woodinville's generosity helped families with neuromuscular diseases
  

Children deserve to see the amazing spawning cycle

*In response to "landowner and developers are not the problem," some landowners do educate themselves while others simply choose to live their lives with a selfish attitude.
  

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