To the editor: Rolling Bay Walk is not a public park.
To the editor: The Boy Scouts of Troop 1565 would like to thank all of you who purchased Christmas trees from us during the 2014 holiday season.
To the editor: The Bainbridge parks district is a precious resource for our island. To help make it even better, I hope you will join me in voting for John Grinter for Parks District Board of Commissioners.
To the editor: Bainbridge Island activist and environmentalist Ron Peltier is running for a seat on the island’s city council. Ron’s candidacy is worthy of your time and attention.
To the editor: We’ve known Pegeen Mulhern for over 10 years as friends, community volunteers, and fellow parents at the hockey rink and at school.
To the editor: Please, no mega-project. Our city council has put Proposition 1 before the community asking us to pay over $15 million for a new police and court building.
To the editor: Few would or should argue the very special nature and beauty of Bainbridge Island — or what has been special until the fairly recent spate of development, both commercial and residential, seemingly without much regard for either architectural elegance or creativity.
To the editor: I have been fortunate to work with Ron Peltier on community projects and can attest to his commitment to the well-being of Bainbridge Island, both as a community and environmental treasure.
To the editor: Someone once wrote the fate of a democracy hinges on an active, informed press.
To the editor: In your editorial of Sept. 4, you ask for patience in instituting traffic impact fees.
To the editor: Back in March, I sent in a letter stating that $154 million on changing Highway 305 and the Agate Pass bridge to four lanes would not decrease traffic problems on Bainbridge.
To the editor: Timing is everything. A well-established truism which we apply in our everyday lives, sports, politics and financial affairs.
To the editor: It’s after Labor Day and fall is upon us. That means we can now turn our attention to the upcoming city council elections.
To the editor: One reader’s Aug. 28 letter to the editor, “Left hand, meet right hand,” took aim at what he believed to be a worthy target of inefficiency and government waste, accusing the city of Bainbridge Island’s Public Works Department of chip-sealing over freshly painted traffic marking lines.
To the editor: The purpose of this letter is to encourage any current Islanders who do not know Ron Peltier to investigate his website, familiarize yourself with his thoughts on the future of our Island, and consider voting for him in November when you see his name on the ballot as a candidate for city council.
To the editor: I moved to Bainbridge five years ago (not because I wanted to shop at Walgreen’s, but) because I found Bainbridge Island to be a very special place.
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.