December 10, 2001
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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