Letters to the Editor
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On the night of Feb. 25, my horse was shot several times with what appears to be a bb gun or an air rifle. One shot was at close range and left a deep penetrating wound, the others at distance … more
The letter by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation to the secretary of the Navy echoes the region’s concerns in a long list of mitigations and considerations for the Navy to … more
The opinion editorial in the March 6, 2019 Leader should qualify for a “Pinocchio” regarding the sale of the USPS.   There is no information that supports the author’s … more
That is the answer to the often-asked question: Why does my well-behaved dog need to be on a leash? It is fun to let our dogs run off-leash, and a chance to practice commands and obedience. So why … more
It's an understatement to say that I was disappointed in The Leader’s political cartoon from March 6. For anyone who missed it, picture two people standing outside a county office listening … more
As one who loves roundabouts, I have rarely heard an idea as ill-advised as constructing one on the west end of the Hood Canal Bridge. A traffic signal, in this case, is the obvious solution (for a … more
In regard to a reporter’s recent article and photos of Beckett Point, it was misleading to promote this area for public visits and “Golden Moments,” ignoring the prominent and numerous signs … more
The PT Leader editorial page of Feb. 27, in accusing capitalism for the Jefferson County housing problem, is totally out of touch with reality.    It is also disgustingly denigrating to all in … more
This letter is a reply to the February 20 letter claiming that it is ludicrous to call the current administration and its facilitators fascist. Please come to your own conclusion after reading the 14 … more
The original 1986 Stormwater Plan anticipated a budget of $3,500,000 to accomplish the list of projects and another $130,000 annual maintenance cost. If the average revenue from the monthly … more
The progress we need and deserve in the next decade must be service-oriented, not size-oriented. The fatal flaw in doubling the size of the boats would be halving the service frequency. That means … more
Mr. Mullen's assumption that Californians have moved here "no doubt drawn by what they see as undervalued housing" is completely off base. I've lived here over 18 years, and have met dozens of … more
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