To the editor: On March 7, Housing Resources Bainbridge (formerly Housing Resources Board) was honored as this year’s Nonprofit of the Year by the Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce.
To the editor: The most cost effective plan to reduce traffic on Highway 305 from the Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal to Poulsbo is simply take two ferries coming off the production line and run them between Kingston and Seattle.
To the editor: The city has its new sewer plan on its Tuesday, March 24 city council agenda calendar, and every city sewer ratepayers should either write the city council or come to city hall and stand at the dais to express their opinion to having a $274,000 consultant prepared sewer planning document that fails to have a financial efficiency analysis included as part of the financial and rate setting section of the plan.
To the editor: This week SWERV (Savvy Women Exchanging Relevant Views) hosted KC Golden from Climate Solutions as a speaker. KC emphasized that climate change is an issue of justice, because those who contribute the least to the problem are hit with the worst consequences.
To the editor: Michael Libes in his letter of March 13 about “too many cooks” makes a good point. Bainbridge Island is the city of 1,000 committees served by transplants from elsewhere.
To the editor: On a recent visit to Bainbridge Island I was driving north on Ferndale when two fighting dogs ran out of a side lane into the path of my oncoming car. I couldn’t stop quickly enough and I hit one of the two dogs.
To the editor: One might wish Date Daniher had gone further in her excellent plea to fight global warming. The Nation in “The Coming Instant Planetary Emergency” gives a graphic depiction when it describes methane release.
To the editor: Bainbridge is a wonderful place to live, but a place which suffers from too many separate components of government that more often than not find the complexity and compromise required to work together, far too much trouble.
To the editor: We are dismayed that the Bainbridge Island Park District is planning to give away a beautiful public park, the Madison Tot Lot, to a private developer.
To the editor: Many thanks to Bainbridge Arts & Crafts for supporting Bainbridge Island’s young artists!
To the editor: I would like to thank Val Tollefson and the city attorney for their prompt response to a call from the Save the Tot Lot group. Hopefully your good efforts will halt the destruction of a beautiful and well-loved pocket park.
To the editor: You thought it already had one — Winslow. The Island also boasts bustling Lynwood and charming Rolling Bay.
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.