To the editor: As the developer/owner of Pleasant Beach Village, my goal was to make the property a south island gathering spot featuring restaurants and retailers as well as recreation and event space.
To the editor: One of the key reasons we chose to move to Bainbridge Island from Texas in 2013 was the quality of the school system.
To the editor: I am writing to encourage a “yes” vote on the Bainbridge Island School District bond.
To the editor: We enthusiastically urge Bainbridge Island voters to support Prop. 1 in the special election on Feb. 9.
To the editor: Having run math clubs in the public schools the last five years, I would love to be out campaigning for a great new building. However, having spent the last six months requesting and reviewing public records on the proposed construction, I can find only one word to describe the excess cost: “bloat.”
To the editor: Today I noticed the signs in opposition to the proposed bond issue for the Bainbridge Island School District. The message was “Vote No for Kids.”
To the editor: We write to enthusiastically support the proposed capital bond issue. Our three sons finished K-12 in Bainbridge schools and we cannot think of a better investment than to improve our facilities for the next generation of students.
To the editor: Why should you vote YES for our students and vote YES for our schools? Let me give every voter just three compelling reasons.
To the editor: I encourage you to support the upcoming school bond by voting yes to replace the 100 Building on the Bainbridge High School campus.
To the editor: School board members fail math test. It is $63 a month, rather than $15.
To the editor: As one of the 80 percent of Bainbridge Island School District grads who go on to two- or four-year colleges, I have been well served by my public school education.
To the editor: I’m writing to support the Bainbridge Island School District’s capital projects bond – Proposition 1 - that will provide a new 100 Building and Performing Arts Theater at BHS, and a new Blakely Elementary School. The bond will also provide essential renovations and maintenance to all of our school facilities.
To the editor: The time has come to make a decision as a community whether or not to pass the upcoming Bainbridge School District bond. While I’m sure many have already made up their mind I’d like to offer up one more unique perspective, that of a student.
To the editor: If Donald Trump can’t handle Megan Kelly, how will he be able to handle the responsibility of complex dealings with foreign leaders?
To the editor: I received my ballot yesterday and you should have as well. A few words on the upcoming school bond.
To the editor: The Review has published a series of news items and editorials about the city’s plans for sale of the Suzuki property, furnishing citizens with useful information and raising some questions. This should build attendance at the public meeting on Feb. 9 and the council meeting on Feb. 23.
To the editor: The upcoming school bond issue includes money to remodel the high school theater (LGI as it’s known). I’m speaking for my late husband, Bob McAllister, and support his views.
To the editor: Students, staff and parents of the Wilkes Elementary neighborhood have the larger Bainbridge Island community to thank for the building and grounds we call “our school.”
To the editor: Voting YES on the Bainbridge Island School District capital bond on Feb 9, 2016 is a smart investment in our future as a community for many reasons.
To the editor: It is our privilege to teach, encourage, comfort and enjoy the children of our beautiful island every school day at Blakely Elementary.