October 22, 2001
Guest Editorial:Why I am voting "yes"
|On Nov. 6 you will be asked to vote on a bond issue for $3.895 million to provide funding for the land and construction of a new three-story Adult Day Center across from the Northshore Senior Center.|
An adult day center is greatly needed
|I passionately urge everyone to vote "yes" on Nov. 6 for the Northshore Adult Day Center. Adults who are isolated with chronic pain need constant care.|
You never know who will need care next
|Some of your readers may wonder why they are being asked to vote for a bond to build a new adult day center.|
The new day care center will be built by all of us to serve all of us
|Most of us know about a family with one member suffering from a disease or feeling the effects of old age and needing constant care by another family member.|
If burning alternatives were affordable and available King County would use them
|To: Rep. Kathy Lambert and Rep. Jim McIntire, co-chairs Joint Administrative Rules Review Committee|
Dumping refuse in Daniels Creek is disgusting to writer
|I noticed in August that an area near Daniels Creek had been cleared and the refuse dumped in the creek.|
Farm tour and festival support and encourage local farming
|My husband, David, and I would like to acknowledge and thank the volunteers, artists, vendors and all of those who attended this year's Harvest Home Festival at the Red Barn Country Inn.|
There have been too many accidents; it's time for a change
|On Friday, Sept. 23, there was a multi-car accident at the intersection of Highway 203 and Northeast 124th, just south of Duvall.|
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