Northwest NEWS

May 7, 2001


Letters to the Editor

Guest Editorial: It's Not Easy Being 14 . . . 15 . . . 16 . . .

*from the American Counseling Association

Chipping Event prevented release of toxins

*I want to commend you and the entire city of Woodinville for your April 14th Chipping Event.

Stream buffers are not the answer to fish problems

*In looking at the pictured barren banks of the Sammamish River in the April 16th article on Sammamish River habitat restoration, it's obvious that such restoration projects are not the cause of current "record" fish returns to our Washington rivers.

Improvements will build a fine school district in which we can all take pride

*After spending the past 20 years as an advocate for academics, I also recognize the important roles that extracurricular activities, such as school clubs, band and athletics, play in each child's formation.

> Reject Prop I the money will be needed

*Recently four signs about 2x3 ft. were set up in the Carnation-Duvall area. The signs said, "Got truth? Reject Proposition #1

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