To the editor: My husband was born in the Virginia Mason Clinic 61 years ago. He has seen a lot of change, one of them is that what was once an island covered with strawberry fields, and dotted sparsely with forests is now the opposite.
To the editor: There must be plenty of qualified candidates for the Auditor’s office in Kitsap County, but be warned: Kelly Emerson is not one of them.
To the editor: The picture on last week’s Review front page shows, in the foreground, the clearing done by Visconsi for the new shopping center.
To the editor: We applaud the Bainbridge City Council for not only passing a resolution to restrict the transport of oil through our state, but actually strengthening the draft we presented.
To the editor: Today is Aug. 20, 2014. A sad day for all those that believe in the concepts of the Comprehensive Plan. For today, the Visconsi island rampage began.
To the editor: As a Central Kitsap/Third Commissioner’s District resident, I’m concerned folks who live in the other two districts won’t realize why a clear 6-point majority chose Ed Wolfe in the August primary.
To the editor: The saying "War is too important to be left to generals" applies to bankers.
To the editor: It’s tansy ragwort time.
To the editor: In response to California resident Larry Droguett’s letter on the lack of cell towers and coverage on the island, and that we should get a grip on technology.
To the editor: Thanks to President Obama and the Democrats in Congress for giving us the Affordable Care Act. Now quality health care is guaranteed for all Americans!
To the editor: Across the country there is a movement by some towns or small cities to assert community say over corporations infringing on what a given community wishes.
To the editor: I live and own a stable on Day Road next to Manzanita Park.
To the editor: A huge THANK YOU To Mary Rowland and her Bainbridge Island High School AP Studio Art Class of 2014 for loaning Winslow Green Condominium and Retail their 12-foot-by-4-foot acrylic-on-canvass painting of Battle Point Park!
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.