Northwest NEWS

December 10, 2001

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Last Thursday a good man died

*Chuck Eberhart was a colorful, interesting and good man. Best known for his work on behalf of the Multi-Service Center, Cottage Lake Park and the Upper Bear Creek Community Council, he was also an authority on rocks.
  
  

Guest Editorial: Thank you, Louise Miller

*A community has a life of its own. You can see some of this life when you drive down any main street.
  
  

Wiring needs to be underground

*I am writing in regard to the recent wind storm on Saturday, Dec. 1. Power went out in my neighborhood for at least the 15th time in the last 23 years.
  
  

City council needs to hear from Bothell residents

*'d like to give a heads up to Bothell residents regarding some proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan.
  
  

Concert tickets were a terrific way to say thank you

*We want to thank the Duvall Arts Commission for their donation of tickets to Eastside Literacy for the Columbia Choirs' Festival of Lessons and Carols at Cedarcrest High School.
  
  

Does anyone remember hearing the name Carnation?

*To refresh your memory we are a little city between Duvall and Fall City, and we used to be known as Tolt back in 1912, the date of incorporation.
  
  

Snohomish County residents should be shown the 'paper trail'

*I know Brightwater is coming before King County Council Monday, Dec. 10. I know a lot of work has gone into this project to date.
  
  

Farmers gain chance to reduce regulatory controls

*Hats off to the Skagit County farmers who paid for scientific studies to demonstrate that riparian fish buffer requirements are unnecessarily wide and confiscatory, thereby gaining a fighting chance to reduce regulatory controls.
  
  

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