Letters to the Editor
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Trillions of tons of CO2, heat and carbon pollution pumped into the atmosphere all by nature and not humans. I wonder if the global-warming alarmists will try and sue God for warming the … more
Is it fair to grant an individual the right to establish an industrial business on a residential island that has a state park, a residental park and only cottage businesses? The whole preception … more
Thanks to Rocky Freidman for giving our community the gift of a wide variety of films for all kinds of tastes. Over the past 25 years, I’ve sat in my favorite seat in the Rosebud to watch movies … more
I concur with the letter of Aug. 8 regarding the massive increase of traffic into Fort Worden State Park every summer. However, I would like to correct the authors about two things. First, the … more
It is clear to me, after the results of the primary election, that the voters in Jefferson County want a seasoned health care professional to join the board of hospital commissioners. Cheri Van … more
As a school superintendent I interviewed professional and paraprofessional applicants and read their résumés. It was part of my job responsibilities. I believe that due diligence in determining … more
I have anxiously followed the plight of the Ajax Café in Port Hadlock – from its surprise closing due to zoning issues in late 2016, through heroic efforts to find a solution, to what now, … more
Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputy Derek Allen had a disturbing encounter with a hammer-wielding assailant in Brinnon in January. What was particularly disturbing about this incident was the 19 … more
As President of the Jefferson Public Utility District board, I would like to respond to the letter from Ross Budden published in last week’s paper, titled “Who Will Pay for PUD … more
“Point Hudson: Lease explored” (The Leader, July 26) couldn’t come at a better time. The diverse property/facilities contained there, along with our dual constituency of seasonal visitors and … more
Since 1970, I have owned property on Discovery Bay directly across from Joe D’Amico’s SSNW operation and have participated in the original Discovery Bay Alliance effort to circumscribe the … more
Port Hadlock’s Ajax Cafe plans to reopen after months of collaborative work with the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding to buy the property with a long-term lease for Ajax, while doing … more
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