To the editor: I enjoyed reading your news article in your last issue about enhancing Waypoint Park with additional art. The article clearly presents themes that are being considered for improving the site.
To the editor: Thank you for telling the story (“Hidden Cove Dock to be replaced; funding sought,” July 24) about the effort to save the dock at Hidden Cove Park.
To the editor: In response to Olaf K. Ribeiro's letter in the July 10 Bainbridge Review, I have to clarify a few points.
To the editor: The closing of Paper Products (which is another since the hardware store of the loss of useful business on Winslow Way) begs an observation. According to what was reported, Paper Products is moving due to competition from purchases via the internet.
To the editor: When my wife and I read in the online Bainbridge Review that personal fireworks were banned this year, we were very pleased.
To the editor: On behalf of the Rotary Club of Bainbridge, the Bainbridge Island Downtown Association, Bainbridge Youth Services, and the Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce, we want to thank the people of Bainbridge Island for their outstanding support of the Rotary Auction & Rummage Sale, the July 3rd Street Dance, the Fourth of July Fun Run, and the Grand Old Fourth of July celebration.
To the editor: The bike lane at the corner of Highway 305 and Madison had about 15 feet worth of it covered in 3-inch carpenter nails.
To the editor: My wife is disabled and attending to her accessibility issues have typically made me a squeaky wheel in public as I am constantly having to explain to folks why they shouldn’t park in the handicapped space, etc.
To the editor: I was very disappointed with the post-Fourth of July cleanup crew this year. It was the worst job I have seen in 30-plus years!
To the editor: The Board of Island Volunteer Caregivers would like to thank the city of Bainbridge Island for working effectively and collaboratively with the 11 human services organizations regarding the administration of the funds to support these valuable organizations each year.
To the editor: On behalf of the Bainbridge Island Fire and Police Departments, we would like to thank all of you who complied with the consumer fireworks ban this July 4th.
To the editor: The recent letter to the editor regarding not having any notice concerning the parking area near Murden Cove requires some clarification.
To the editor: Recently, the Supreme Court rejected yet another attack on the Affordable Care Act. The court’s decision is good news for everyone in Washington and across the country, upholding affordable health insurance for millions.
To the editor: Another milestone has been reached for the community’s acquisition of a portion of the former Sakai Farm on Madison Avenue.
To the editor: We have a beautiful memorial in the Bainbridge High School Commons dedicated to soldiers who have given their lives so that we on Bainbridge Island can live free.
Let me tell you my personal experience of Finch Place life. In an article by Sean Roach (“Finch Place residents fear reprisals,” Nov. 5), many upsetting things were reported about Finch Place senior apartments. However, the article reflected the views of about one in five tenants. Here’s the rest of the story, as they say.