Letters to the Editor
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How arrogant of the WSDOT official at the recent Open House (not a “hearing”) regarding a possible roundabout at the Hood Canal Bridge-West, to receive public comment unanimously opposing … more
I am concerned about the overall content of The Leader, not only for my adult reasons, but for what it exposes children to. During the school year, The Leader provides about 500 copies of the … more
I moved here from the busy and noisy SF Bay Area about 24 years ago. Originally from Germany, I fell in love with the peaceful and luscious Olympic Peninsula - a welcoming green sanctuary of … more
Can we in Jefferson County agree that the minimum wage is insufficient and that our county commissioners and our City Council should vote to increase minimum wage to $15 per hour effective by this … more
Presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren’s motto “Dream Big and Fight Hard” has inspired my fellow passionate, hardworking volunteers and I in our quest to make Senator … more
The recent letters in regards to Bob Domin’s hyperbolic comments about Republicans and evangelicals may have been well intentioned, but the fact remains that the GOP, in many ways, has become a … more
You recently posted a video of local students participating in the global march for climate awareness. This was commented on by a number of folks tut-tutting about skipping school, the futility of … more
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It’s a sign of dysfunction that 15 years have passed since city council last took serious action on our perennial parking problem. Even then, the easy recommendations were the only ones adopted … more
  The mission of The Greater Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce is to serve and promote the business interests of greater Whidbey Island. We cannot imagine a more worthy cause than supporting the … more
We desperately need someone, right now, who has the courage, strength, ability and motivation to successfully challenge the antisocial, blinded-by-greed powers that are driving this nation and our … more
The editorial opinion of Bill Kaune, PhD (Leader, July 31) stated that based on scientific standards set up by the U.S. government and assessments by scientists, electromagnetic radiation (EMR) poses … more
I met mayor Deborah Stinson 13 years ago through launching Local 20/20, Jefferson County’s non-profit transition initiative to “work together for community sustainability and resilience, … more
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