Letters to the Editor
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Your picture in the Nov. 23, 2016 issue of The Leader of the Kah Tai Lagoon and newly constructed Boat Haven, taken in 1965, prompted me to write this history of its expansion. In 1965 two of us … more
This week’s grocery trip had an early stop at Safeway followed by takeout coffee at Sunrise across the street. Then two hours at Point Hudson to watch the ship traffic (one empty grain carrier … more
For as long as I can remember, Aldrich’s has been a community gathering place as well as a grocery. That is why it comes as a shock that it is closing without the chance for the community to … more
A letter to the editor was recently published in The Leader regarding the Food Co-op’s ability to serve EBT customers during this crisis. We take food access very seriously and consider it to … more
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Financial relief for people who don’t need that influx of cash presents a perfect opportunity for our community to donate to existing COVID relief funds. While many of us have our basic needs … more
In 1952, I was stationed on a U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat in Port Townsend. We were docked at the same slip the current CG boat is in today. We had a crew of 12 including a crazy but very creative … more
Let us seize this opportunity to deliberately shift the mechanics of our village, our world. Experiencing the many silver linings that have been born of the pandemic has reinforced my belief that … more
I want to express my support for the mission of the World Health Organization. I have been blessed to spend time in and have friends in countries like Panama, Ecuador, and Nicaragua where the WHO … more
Being my favorite place on the planet, even more so than the paradise where I live, I wanted to check in with The Leader to see how things were going in this troubled time. My heart sank when I read … more
Stunned! Shocked! Dismayed beyond words, to hear a sitting president issue a call to arms against a United States governor - and not just one but three or four! This is something I never would have … more
I now have hope in these changing times: Amanda Rae Funaro offers us a choice for Jefferson County Commissioner District 2. Amanda’s skills are exactly what we need for the challenges facing … more
The Port Townsend Food Co-op has chosen to make shopping for low-income people with EBT cards, who are also seniors and/or high-risk, not possible unless they come into the store. I placed an … more
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