Letters to the Editor
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This is a painful and disturbing topic that is becoming more and more familiar to many of us. As a woman of Jewish faith, it’s hard to not voice my thoughts. Each of us must look inside … more
This is the President of the United States? The “leader of the free world?” The face of American society? On April 27, in Green Bay, Wisconsin, at one of his endless pep rallies, … more
It is our hope that, for the prosperity of us all in our unique and special town, Port Townsend citizens are united in the belief that historic buildings preservation and free and healthy competition … more
Washington residents know how fortunate we are to have iconic national parks like Olympic in our backyard. Olympic National Park provides many recreational opportunities and economic benefits to our … more
Scott Wilson warns us that Sound Publishing’s motive is to “diminish or close” The Leader. Maybe, but they have a lot of help from The Leader itself. For the past three years the … more
The Leader missed an important opportunity recently. A front page article regarding the lack of citizen engagement in city affairs did not include the perspective of even one citizen [Leader, April … more
Our local Port Townsend branch (the largest in Washington) of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) are especially attuned to the critical role our local paper can play in community … more
Another Wednesday paper and again no coverage for the students at our schools. I agree with P. Gaffney, we search for any coverage of the high school sports or other great activities involving our … more
I am a fairly recent transplant to PT, and have become a regular walker of the streets and paths of my neighborhood, either side of Sheridan Street, between the hospital and Hastings Ave. I … more
Thanks Robert Gray for the dissenting vote on the stormwater surcharge. Your comments on the cumulative collection of surcharges and collective costs of utility rates are shared by this reader. It … more
Okay, let’s forget the law, the fine or old fashioned common courtesy here. There is a more serious reason to give buses a “brake,” and that is climate change. After years of being … 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
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