In past years, Woodinville had a group with no real contacts or humans that called themselves “Ethical Woodinville.” I found their claims to be exaggerations and fear-mongering. When a person sent them letters, there was no response. It got pretty ugly.

Though I agree with the words in last week’s editorial from “The Woodinville Action Committee,” I would like to see the names of real people and know that they are owning their strong words, else they are free to misrepresent facts and actions.

Our city council is already choosing to not pay attention to public letters, and this random committee action has no face nor accountability. It seems wrong for random groups with no contact or responsible humans to be publishing letters to the editor.

Stephanie Young


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