Northwest NEWS

May 14, 2001


Letters to the Editor

PSCAA says within four years there will be no outdoor burning

*The April 20th letter praising the Hollywood Hill burn ban as a means of preserving clean air doesn't take into account the consequences of introducing into the solid waste stream tons of chipped and hauled debris from rural acreages.

Stores in area refuse to sell albums to youths

*My name is Laura Wilson. I am a high school freshman attending school in Bothell, Washington. I have recently been doing an in-depth research project on the topic of music censorship.

Address for mail forwarded needs extra numbers

*The U.S. Post Office is getting mean. People like me who travel use a mail forwarding service.

Guest Editorial: Be careful when using unfamiliar public phones

*With the travel season about to begin, the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (WUTC) would like you to be prepared whenever you use an unfamiliar pay phone or hotel room phone.

> Facing the parental dilemma of letting go

*From the American Counseling Association
   Communication between teens and their parents are often strained and sometimes almost non-existent.

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