Letters to the Editor
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The Leader article on the Fort Worden PDA is unfortunate and unfair. Due to the PDA’s status as a public entity, it did not receive any CARES Act funding. If the PDA had been eligible for … more
In last week’s issue of the Leader, Jefferson County Prosecutor James Kennedy was quoted, when speaking about prosecutions for drug possession, “I’m not aware of anything else that … more
Bravo Jefferson Healthcare! I am just completing total knee replacement treatment, doing well, and feeling lucky.  We have the best healthcare system I have ever experienced. Everyone I … more
More than 70 percent of Americans support single-payer healthcare so one might assume our Washington Legislature would be on board as well.  In January SB 5204 was introduced in the state … more
I am writing to express concern regarding a proposed development (MLA 19-00142) to site 48 houses around the Discovery Bay Golf Course.  This area is currently a very quiet, rural area with … more
The Leader published my perspective on the proposed Kalama methanol refinery on Jan. 27, as well as an update letter on Feb. 3. Northwest Innovation Works (NWIW) has not changed its intention to … more
This a letter to all Republicans, especially ones that are hurting due to the COVID virus and that petty criminal who downplayed it!  Not one of your fine elected Republicans voted to help … more
First, I want to state that I am a supporter of the military and that no anti-military sentiment is motivating the composition of this letter.  I am writing because I find the use of our … more
Gov. Inslee has asked for more than $5 million in our state budget to cover the costs of family planning services.  This is essential due to the low reimbursement rate paid by … more
Many of us will be receiving COVID relief stimulus checks. For those who have lost jobs or seen their income reduced because of the pandemic, this will be a much needed assistance in paying … more
I wish I could close my eyes and mind to the work of OlyCAP’s Cherish Cronmiller who is about to squander millions on a poorly conceived housing project of dubious value — one which will … more
It’s been a year since this pandemic has taken over our community and country. I have asked myself what have I learned from this long time alone that will help me be a stronger woman? These … more
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