Letters to the Editor
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I just finished reading the Leader’s article about the Feb. 14 Chimacum School District replacement levy. My thoughts locked on one line in the story: 22 percent of the district’s overall … more
Imagine my surprise when I saw my name in a Leader editorial some six months after I moved to a different post doing the same job for Clallam County. Is this several minutes of my 15 minutes of … more
With more than 20 years of bus driving for Jefferson Transit, the job has provided enough material to write a book. Every day has a mix of comedy, tragedy, drama, suspense, horror. For example: a … more
I am a mentor in the YMCA's Building Futures Program. This is my first year participating. I became involved because I wanted to contribute to the good of this community, and providing any kind of … more
I hear many locals and visitors say they avoid coming into Port Townsend due to tight parking many days. Enforcement of two-hour parking for five of six days has stopped. Read municipal code, … more
“Hell has no fury like a woman scorned." So best you gird up those loins and things you seem to be so inordinately proud of, Donald. Come the morning of the 21st, Mr. Trump is going to be facing … more
Amongst many of my friends, I enthusiastically supported Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton in a non-binding Democratic primary. Sanders won more votes than she, yet DNCers picked her to run against … more
I was really disappointed when I read that there is no money in the city budget for street repairs. The streets in my Dundee Hill neighborhood are in terrible shape. There is an enormous pothole … more
This morning [Jan. 8] I was so sad to see that yet another graffiti has been added to the wall at the Uptown Theater. The cost of repainting this old building will be astronomical. Already defiled … more
Recently I completed the ordeal of a 90-day chemotherapy regiment at the Jefferson Healthcare center. My first treatment began in the “old Short Stay unit” and finished from the newly … more
I’m writing to highlight the great work done by Clallam-Jefferson Pro Bono Lawyers in our community. In 2016, CJCPBL served 856 clients; 558 of those clients are low-income Pro Bono clients (379 in … more
Flying training missions on weekends is not mentioned in the Navy’s Growler jet draft environmental impact statement (EIS), which is open for comment until Jan. 25. Neither is the addition of 42 … more
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