Letters to the Editor
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As a nurse practitioner I am dedicated to improving the health of individuals and to creating a healthier community. After decades of practice, I now understand how government policy can influence … more
It’s disappointing to learn that Gateway Plaza will open without a restroom. Toilet availability is fundamental to human dignity. Everyone needs clean, safe, away-from-home restrooms. … more
At the Rotary debate, I heard the marine trades candidate for the Port of Port Townsend state the port should put all their “eggs in one basket” and spend all monies on infrastructure to … more
We take away their homes—tearing them down to build up elaborate dwelling places for the out-of-control growth of our ravenous species—then blame them for being homeless; wandering our … more
On behalf of the Jefferson County Father’s Group, a local group focused on creating housing options for those with developmental disabilities, I want to thank our three representatives, Steve … more
As Port Townsend business owners and managers for the past seven years we have found Deb Stinson to be active, involved, fair-minded, and a great public servant. Mayor Stinson works tirelessly to … more
In a Sept. 25 editorial, the Port Townsend Leader objected that the County Commissioners held an executive session during their Sept. 23 public meeting. The executive session was to discuss with … more
Kudos to The Leader for calling on Jefferson County government to do the public’s business in public. As the paper noted, county staff and commissioners spent over three hours last Monday … 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
Are you happy when you drive into our beautiful community and are faced with the crazy lines painted on the street that you can hardly figure out? Are you happy with the faux planters filled with … more
We urge you to join us in voting for Monica MickHager for city council. It’s time to bring some well-needed fresh air to city government. As a business owner and formerly single mom (now … more
Deborah Stinson has had eight years on city council, where as mayor for the last four she sets the agenda. Pressing issues received plenty of citizen requests for action, followed by some hand … more
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