Letters to the Editor
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I was interviewed for the article on healthcare costs that was published on June 5, and have a few concerns. Many of the questions I was asked seemed based on an impression that private-pay patients … more
It was with surprise and great disappointment that I read the June 5 article about the legal dispute between Kris Nelson and the local families attempting to renew the Hastings Building. I am … 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
In the article written by Scott Wilson, former publisher of the Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader (Leader, April 24), Mr. Wilson discussed an impending threat to the Leader’s … more
In regards to Gene Farr’s letter to the editor (Leader, June 12); it’s unfortunate that conservatives generally, and republicans specifically, have become the anti-science bloc in … more
I wish to thank all those who turned out for Smart Meters & 5G, the community educational program presented at the PT Community Center on June 7th.Attendees watched films and listened to a panel … more
When I moved here from Quilcene last summer I knew there would be more noise in Port Townsend than Quilcene but I have been astounded at the pervasiveness and volume of that noise. I cannot take a … more
This letter is to celebrate the diverse array of talented dancers, musicians and artists who  shared their talent and time this past weekend. Each year I have attended the dance recitals of … more
The City of Port Townsend is the no-term-limit city council and mayor they appoint from within. Their sole employee is the city manager, just retired after around 20 years and $2.5 million without … more
A recent PT Leader Perspective piece asked “Who Can You Believe About Climate Change?” (Leader, June 5). Certainly not its writer, as it is full of disinformation and gross … more
I would like to make the rural residents of Jefferson County aware of the movement to expand the marijuana growing and processing businesses to rural residential zones. I am fully aware of the … more
On May 22nd the Leader ran a cartoon directly ridiculing local women and girls. The cartoon depicted two white males, obviously middle-aged and obviously slobs, looking at a stereotypical … more
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