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Regarding the art exhibit exploring mental illness stigma that opened in Issaquah, I would much rather see an exhibit about mental illness stigmatizers. People with that prejudice interest me.
Community Events, May 2016
As citizens of Sammamish and residents of Timberline Park, we would like to thank the Sammamish City Council for their deliberation and adoption of the most recent resolution to keep Northeast 42nd Street Opticom Emergency Access Gate in place.
This past week was National Parks Week with free admission to any of Washington state's 14 national parks and this year is the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. It has been said that the parks are America's best idea — who can disagree when you see Mount Rainier or you are hiking through the rain forest at Olympic National Park or enjoying Lake Roosevelt?
As someone in favor of the retention of the Northeast 42nd Street gate, I appreciate the Issaquah Reporter's recent coverage of the latest City Council confirmation of the many previous council decisions to retain the gate.
I would like to thank Myron Anderson for his letter as well as his fantastic design of our Issaquah streets. And, as long as we are talking about the design of our town, perhaps we better think about all the years we've had to think about traffic and the single point of traffic failure in our town: Front Street.