September 23, 2002
Two against Brightwater
|This letter is to express our outrage at the proposal to build King County's sewer in our neighborhood.|
Don't make 'maybe' a part of our community
|To live with a solid sewage treatment plant or not, that is the question! We live in a transition area caught in the struggle of a fading rural life style and the onslaught of urban complexity. Oh, what can we do?|
Credit cards are a country club option
|Residents in the Woodinville Water District recently received a letter regarding new, "easier" bill paying options.|
Family needs support and help from community
|Country Squire Home Furnishings opened a little over a year ago in Woodinville. It is a wonderful consignment/new furniture store that has been a great addition to our business community.|
Clarification about Sept. 11 ceremony
|The Woodinville High School ASB Leadership Class would like to make a clarification with regard to a statement made in last week's paper.|
This letter is in response to "An explanation is due"
|I'm disappointed that a parent would write a letter to the editor without checking to see if they had the correct information. Sept. 11 was properly observed by the entire Northshore School District, including Woodinville High School.|
Proud to be at Sept. 11 assembly
|In response to the letter in the September 16, 2002, Woodinville Weekly demanding an explanation regarding why the one year anniversary of Sept. 11 went by without recognition, I feel that "Name withheld by request" should check her facts before criticizing Wooodinville High School.|
What kind of example is being set?
|I am writing regarding a complaint published last week expressing disappointment that "the first anniversary of Sept. 11 was neither noted or observed in several of our schools, including Woodinville High School.|
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