Letters to the Editor
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One could look far, wide and long and never come up with another candidate as qualified as Bruce McComas to fill the position on the East Jefferson County Hospital District 2 board. A former … more
This letter was prompted by Christine Jacobson’s June 7 letter in which she describes her dream house: 800 to 900 square feet of heaven; that she is not sleeping in the room with the refrigerator; … more
Last week I was alarmed to see in The Leader an insert for Coastal that featured a double center page ad for guns, some of which appeared to be assault weapons or at least looked to me like weapons … more
Jack McKay has been an educator for many years – teacher, coach, principal and superintendent of schools in Washington state – and now he is running for our local school board. Jack is deeply … more
For over two years, with the help of my daughter, my property has been home to several low-income folks who had trouble finding housing in Port Townsend. Now, for personal reasons, and because of … more
I’d like to correct a statement made in the June 7 edition of The Leader regarding Jefferson Land Trust’s role in affordable housing, as it is causing confusion. The mission of the Land Trust … more
What is the problem with drivers in Port Townsend? I’m not saying that they are bad drivers. I’m saying that they don’t understand the speed limit. This is a very general statement, but … more
If you own property, whether a tiny yard or acres upon which Scotch broom is growing this note is especially for you. As I watch our county once covered with native plants and flowers becoming … more
The schedule for Growler jet flights is starting to increase. I have researched ways to document my experiences and concerns. I log the time, location, flight direction, estimated elevation and … more
After Trump’s first trip abroad, offending our allies and making arms deals with the real terrorists, plus Thursday’s announcement of our withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, the transition … more
The Port of Port Townsend widened the launch ramp, assuming increased usage, and increased the annual fee from $40 to $100. Paying ramp users use the port bathrooms. Keys or frequently changing codes … more
You’ve [the City of Port Townsend] at long last responded to the affordable housing crisis with a loan of $250,000 and a gift of land to the Olympic Housing Trust that promises a 900-square-foot … more
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