Letters to the Editor
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Having lived in Port Townsend for many years I have really enjoyed The Leader as it enables me to catch up on the local news and also the upcoming week’s entertainment. For the most part I have … more
For the sake of the Venezuelan people, the region and the principle of national sovereignty, the United States must stop efforts to overthrow the duly elected government of Venezuela and should … more
After a group of curious kayakers paddled uncomfortably close to Naval Magazine Indian Island last month and prompted a response from base police, I wanted to take a moment to remind our neighbors … more
I found Gene Farr's recent letter concerning the evils of Socialism and student brainwashing to be one of the most condescending in recent memory.  You are certainly entitled to your own … more
I attended the Aug. 29 DOT meeting about the “done deal” roundabout coming to the seriously sloped SR-104 entrance to the Hood Canal Bridge. Not only have they (non-Olympic Peninsula … more
Please vote for Monica MickHager for Port Townsend City Council. Monica has served on the city’s planning commission for more than 10 years, presiding over these meetings for more than four … more
As election season nears, it’s an important time to reflect on some salient issues swirling in our current political climate. In our country it has become increasingly clear that the … more
At a time when hundreds of local people are being laid off and dozens of local businesses are closed, on March 16 the Jefferson County Commissioners voted 2-1 to shift public-notice advertising away … more
There has been much interest in installing roundabouts. I have always felt that roundabouts and four way stops are effective since respectful and safe drivers take turns entering roundabouts and … more
I attended a workshop on the nuclear ban treaty that the U.S. has not signed. In the presentation, we were given a list of companies that are involved in manufacturing nuclear weapons. Imagine my … more
In an excellent article by Lily Haight [Leader, Sept. 11] regarding Pope’s recent herbicide spraying with glyphosate, Washington State University extension employee, Brendan Whyte stated that … more
Every Wednesday morning when I arrive at work I am greeted by the weekly addition of The Leader. This morning was very disheartening to say the least. The paper promoted the use of marijuana and … more
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