Letters to the Editor
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The following is my personal opinion and not that of the Envisioning PT Golf Course and Mountain View Commons stakeholder’s committee, of which I am a member.  For nearly 30 years, … more
I am in awe of businesses that can somehow rise above the goal of just making money and make closely held values the core inspiration for business choices. Friends have suggested I check out … more
This is regarding the city’s proposed action to remove an art installation, Kevin Mason’s “Raccoon Lodge,” in the 1300 block of Clay Street.  Rather than work with … more
In a Nov. 2 opinion piece, “Housing for Whom? Why PT Needs to Get Density Right,” Jaisri Lingappa argues against the city adopting zoning changes allowing for greater density … more
Although a completely electrified transit system would be ideal, the technology is not yet available to serve all of our county’s topography and rural travel distances. The new Jefferson … more
I am sad to see that local fans of the Port Townsend golf course choose to promote the idea that only a golf course = green space.  They imply that those of us who want access to the property … more
It is a business. Imagine city going to the port saying Boat Haven would make a great park with beach, trails, picnic tables, play area, and public bathrooms. They would say no.  The golf … more
I urge the city to keep the Port Townsend golf course open for the long-term.  Having played the course over the last 42 years, including my years on the high school golf team, I remember how … more
The bizarre and inexplicable way we spend money in this town continues with the unfortunate purchase of a diesel trolley. We currently have a public transit bus that loops the area.  On a … more
“The Commandant of the 13th Naval District, on behalf of the officers and men of his command, expresses deep appreciation to the people of Port Townsend, who, by their prompt and effective … more
A golf course is the one place where children, juniors, high schoolers, young adults, adults, middle aged and senior citizens can all get along and associate with each other. Where else do you … more
Port Townsend Mayor David Faber, in the October city newsletter, waxes poetic about the joys of living Uptown and being able to easily walk anywhere. So much so, he wants everyone to be able to share … more
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