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It’s disappointing to learn that Gateway Plaza will open without a restroom. Toilet availability is fundamental to human dignity. Everyone needs clean, safe, away-from-home restrooms. … more
In election years, country music is as close as I get to advocating for a litmus test. I don’t care for parties or platforms and tribalism has little appeal. But, I doubt you can be a … more
In last week’s Leader, Ross Howell of Puget Sound Anglers wrote in support of a new elevated boat launch near the present site of the Fort Worden pier and the Marine Science Center. He argued, … more
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OK, class. Put down those pencils and pens and pick up...your cell phones! It’s time for Perfesser Mann’s Insta-Guide to Social Media. You may want to take notes on that phone. Here … more
We took a trip last week. You might have noticed, or not, that I took the week off and the regular “Life in Ludlow” column was not in the paper. BJ and I went to Western Pennsylvania with … more
At the Rotary debate, I heard the marine trades candidate for the Port of Port Townsend state the port should put all their “eggs in one basket” and spend all monies on infrastructure to … more
We take away their homes—tearing them down to build up elaborate dwelling places for the out-of-control growth of our ravenous species—then blame them for being homeless; wandering our … more
On behalf of the Jefferson County Father’s Group, a local group focused on creating housing options for those with developmental disabilities, I want to thank our three representatives, Steve … more
As Port Townsend business owners and managers for the past seven years we have found Deb Stinson to be active, involved, fair-minded, and a great public servant. Mayor Stinson works tirelessly to … more
In a Sept. 25 editorial, the Port Townsend Leader objected that the County Commissioners held an executive session during their Sept. 23 public meeting. The executive session was to discuss with … more
Kudos to The Leader for calling on Jefferson County government to do the public’s business in public. As the paper noted, county staff and commissioners spent over three hours last Monday … more
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