Letters to the Editor
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Regarding the Leader article on the devastating state audit of our county’s incompetent financial record, state law section 36.29.010 (6) says that the county treasurer “shall maintain … more
What news! War in Ukraine. Worldwide heat waves. Polluted air and water. Rising gas prices, squeezing family finances. Some would have us believe that fast, furious oil drilling on American soil … more
On Feb. 29, the results of my cat Swirl’s lab tests came back showing that he had giardia.  I walk Swirl daily with harness and leash in uptown Port Townsend. He likes to nibble grass … more
I’m an architect that has lived in Quilcene for the past 20 years. I’ve served on the Quilcene School District’s Facilities Committee for much of that time.  The Quilcene … more
Our children deserve a safe, efficient, updated environment to learn in. When I was on the Quilcene School Board more than 15 years ago, we discussed extensively the possibility of replacing the … more
The most important decision citizens make locally has to do with the quality, leadership, and safety found in our Quilcene schools. The elected members of … more
The Quilcene school board proposed a bond to replace the elementary school, fix the athletic field, and add a student shop.  Residents now pay $1.74 per $1,000 assessed valuation. If the bond … more
Chimacum High School’s Knowledge Bowl team appreciated last week’s brief report about Port Townsend and Chimacum winning the second- and third-place trophies at the state Knowledge Bowl … more
The city council reports that in a recent poll 63 percent approve of “streateries” in our former parking places.  But that is 63 percent of how many residents? Sixty-three percent … more
Quilcene Elementary is 80 years old, damaged beyond repair by several earthquakes, and long overdue for replacement. In 2019, the state conducted a seismic study and found it too costly to … more
I just returned from a visit to Ukraine. I tried to help the 10 million internal and external refugees from Putin’s hell. I expect to return in a while. Mr. … more
This letter is to praise the resilience of all plants and flowers which have returned to greet our eyes with brilliant beauty. What a long, dark winter for those of us who do not fly away but stay … more
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