Northwest NEWS

June 10, 2002

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Maybe the company is not aware of the law or impact of fumes

*I am writing this letter in response to last week's letter from the gentleman who had no warning [of unknown fumes coming from an area formerly known as the Duvall land fill].
  
  

Everyone's at graduation except those who didn't pass the senior project

*Hypocrisy rears its ugly head once again! It's graduation time at Cedarcrest High School and everyone is preparing for the big event.
  
  

King County rural taxpayers should closely follow what's going on now at the County Council

*Currently up for adoption is the so-called traffic concurrency map, under which rural landowners can't divide and sell off their extra land due to being within the red blob that covers almost the entire rural area.
  
  

Guest Editorial: Water safety tips to live by

*It's almost summertime in the Pacific Northwest. As the weather warms up, many people will be heading to the beach or pool. In an effort to save lives, the American Red Cross is strongly urging you to be prepared in, on and around the water.
  
  

Guest Editorial: City of Bothell improving transportation challenges every day

*The City of Bothell works diligently to improve its transportation challenges by researching opportunities that will focus on progress of the local arterials addressed as a transportation issue considered by Bothell City Council. Recent efforts include:
  
  

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