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Dream on, Sound Transit 3 officials | Letter

  • May 21, 2016 at 11:00AM

With the recent opening of a light rail segment in Bellevue, "What were they thinking?" comes to mind first, while Danny DeVito's hilarious lecture in "Other People's Money" sadly follows. Here, we see municipal leaders and transit planners squandering almost a million bucks to pat themselves on the back, enhance personal publicity and "announce" the opening of a light rail segment that's been eagerly awaited for a decade.


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Ethical standards for financial advisers | Letter

  • May 15, 2016 at 9:00AM

Rep. Dave Reichert's vote for a measure (HJRes88) to kill the Obama administration's setting of ethical standards for financial advisers creates a completive advantage for those advisers who do not work for the interests of their clients.

Surprised fire measure fell short | Letter

  • May 8, 2016 at 11:00AM

On behalf of Fire Districts 10 and 38, I would like to thank voters for participating in the recent election. There was a strong showing at 56.7 percent "yes" vote to form and fund the Eastside Fire Authority. However, this type of ballot measure requires a 60 percent approval for passage.

Need Issaquah exhibit about mentall illness stigmatizers | Letter

  • May 3, 2016 at 12:00PM

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.

Thank you, Sammamish City Council, for gate resolution | Letter

  • May 2, 2016 at 12:00PM

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.

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