Northwest NEWS

October 15, 2001

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Regarding the proposed Brightwater sewage facility

*First, my compliments to the Brightwater team members at the public open house held at Woodinville High School on Oct. 9.
  

U.S. kids are a reflection of us and our society

*Thank you for the Oct. 1 cover story about Russian adoption. After weeks of tragedy in the news, this was a†refreshing story to read.
  

Replace stop lights with roundabouts

*Why is there such an antipathy in this area toward roundabouts in general and the one proposed for 124th and Hwy. 203 at Novelty in particular?
  

Woodinville is a caring and friendly community

*While walking downtown yesterday afternoon I noticed a large quantity of newspapers haphazardly piled around the recycling bin on the 140th Street side of the Park & Ride.
  

Now is not the time to jeopardize crucial services

*We should not let rhetoric about "sky high" taxes lead us to overlook the impact that passing I-747 will have on emergency services in Washington state č firefighters and hospital districts, for example.
  

New Adult Day Center would respite, activities and programs

*On Nov. 6 we will have a chance to vote on the Northshore Parks and Recreation bond issue for an Adult Day Center.
  

Dear pilots, flight attendants and passengers

*Every night I sit on my porch for a few minutes and I notice the blinking lights as you fly across the sky.
  

Candidate thanks supporters

*A sincere thanks to all of those who supported my campaign and voted for me. I appreciated the opportunity to talk with many of you and discuss the issues regarding what was going on.
  

Golf classic is success

*On the evening of Sept. 23, the Riverview Educational Foundation Board members were elated, energized and inspired. We had just completed hosting our 3rd annual REF Golf Classic at Tall Chief Golf Course.
  

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