Letters to the Editor
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The Port wants you to pay $15 million for neglected maintenance and repair of its facilities. They expected to take $15 million without a vote, but 2,000 people petitioned and put Proposition 1 on … more
“Never assume anything” is a journalism creed not learned by Dean Miller, as evidenced by his editorial published Oct 9. The editor assumes that I am “in charge in these … more
We are writing to support the Board of County Commissioners’ decision to declare a six-month moratorium on permit applications to develop commercial gun ranges. This interval will allow the … more
I appreciate and support the letter by Scott Matthews in the opinion section of the Leader on Sept. 25. Sprint Boat Racing is the last thing we need in Jefferson County. There is no place in the … more
I would like to say I think Monica MickHager should be on the City Council. I know well that it is really really hard for anyone to be a citizen legislator and maintain a normal life. However … more
Haley Bishop, daughter of Ron & Shannon Bishop, of Chimacum recently won a big title at the state 4-H Fair in Puyallup! Haley entered the 4-H Horse Judging competition with 63 other counties from … more
Deborah Stinson deserves to be re-elected. Mayor Deborah Stinson, thank you, thank you, thank you for asking for our vote so you can continue your service on the Port Townsend City Council again. … more
As a nurse practitioner I am dedicated to improving the health of individuals and to creating a healthier community. After decades of practice, I now understand how government policy can influence … more
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
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
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