May 20, 2002
Guest Editorial:"So Many Changes in Just a Year"
|One year ago, we were a nation at peace, but not now. A short year ago, Blue Star Service Banners were lost in the memories of a half-century ago, but not now.|
Together we can find the right way to honor the past and serve present and future generations
|This letter is in response to Lucy DeYoung's thoughtful letter to the editor regarding the importance of the historic red brick schoolhouse on NE 175th Street in downtown Woodinville.|
Warning to drivers
|Modifications to the intersection at the Stillwater Hill Road and Highway 203 have created a line of sight problem for people turning south, making a left hand turn,from Stillwater Hill road onto Highway 203.|
How does one save a community?
|The stone structure is gone, wasn't worth saving. It was hand built of stone and mortar over a wood frame with a now deteriorating roof left over from another time.|
Residents have been sold down the river
|Ignoring the poignant pleas from many of the town's oldest residents, Duvall's City Council voted for a lottery to allocate the 140 sewer hookups available before another moratorium of 5 to 6 years is enacted.|
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