Letters to the Editor
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I moved from North Carolina to Port Townsend in 2012 and have been a loyal Leader reader ever since. I wanted to tell you how much I have enjoyed [Patrick J. Sullivan’s] column every week, … more
I was impressed after hearing Mike Chapman, 24th Legislative District representative, speak at a legislators’ round-table event in Port Ludlow March 12, sponsored by the Jefferson County … more
It would appear some are very distressed over Donald Trump’s election and his cabinet picks. It does you no good to harbor hate. A few facts some seem to ignored: We of the “deplorables” … more
I don’t think we have had any recent problems with Immigration & Customs Enforcement [ICE] agents in Port Townsend, but I have read a couple of articles that cause me concern. One is that … more
It’s unfortunate that neither the article on Tom Thiersch’s lawsuit against the PUD nor his online comment included the pertinent details of “a meeting that took place between commissioners by … more
I felt the need to reply to an article in the March 1, 2017 Port Townsend Leader. The headline read: “Inmate charged with child molestation, incest. ‘Jeremy Morris.’” Whatever happened to … more
As much as some people in Port Townsend think that the name Growler denotes the sound that these specialized planes emit, that isn’t the case at all. These are model F-18 combat planes, a … more
Thank you, President Trump, for working to make America safe for all our citizens. Thank you for building border walls, for upholding our immigration laws, for defunding those jurisdictions that … more
The San Juan Villa staff rate a gold star in our opinion. Our mother, Gordie Redding, was a resident there for more than four years. The entire staff, including caregivers, activity coordinator, … more
When Quimper Mercantile started up I, for one, had little hope of it being successful. Starting a retail business in a tourist town is not the easiest of tasks. However, time has passed and it has … more
I am concerned about the citizens who walk and bike our roads at night. So many times, they are walking on the wrong side of the road in dark or black clothing. Oncoming drivers do not see you … more
How irrelevant some local Democrats are becoming was demonstrated in their unwillingness to pass a simple resolution urging that Donna Brazile, a former interim chair, be removed from the Democratic … more
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