To the editor: Basic research confirms it. Our skepticism about Island Power’s agenda was justified. And the Bainbridge city council let us down when it (5 to 2) authorized payment of $100,000 of our tax dollars for nothing more than an Island Power promotional piece.
To the editor: Thank you for reporting on Bainbridge Island Child Care Centers’ securing of a permanent home for its school-age programs in your Sept. 2 issue. It was indeed a long time in coming, and we are grateful for a sustainable solution for our non-profit, which has been serving area families for more than forty years.
To the editor: I would personally like to thank the Bainbridge Island Child Care Centers board of directors and executive director Shelley Long for their amazing efforts in making the purchase of the Voyager Montessori School located on High School Road possible as a permanent home for our K-sixth grade programs.
To the editor: All that glitters is not gold. Cheap electrical power, exclusively green energy, jobs and local control are being promised with almost evangelical zeal. It really sounds too good to be true mainly because it isn’t.
To the editor: With joy I read the article “Ranger to the Rescue” and I applaud Assistance Dogs Northwest.
To the editor: Candidates participate in debates to help voters understand who they are and what they stand for. This is why the upcoming presidential debates must include all of the candidates who are on enough ballots to be able to win the presidency.
To the editor: We want to thank everyone that worked together and supported Helpline’s 16th annual Project Backpack.
To the editor: Wanted to send a big thank you to the city maintenance crews for clearing the school trail next to Sportsman Club Road.
To the editor: Who would regulate the proposed city of Bainbridge electric utility?
To the editor: In the recent issue of “Recreation Connection” by the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District there was a short paragraph entitled: “American Presidents: Their Triumphs and Their Setbacks.”
To the editor: Our poor, too small roundabout at High School Road and Madison Avenue is now being made to suffer signs, be they political or otherwise.
To the editor: Reading your article in the Review (“City considering $15 million bond for bike paths, trail projects”) makes me feel like it’s like deja vu all over again.
To the editor: I know there was a lot of controversy around the building of Key Bank and Walgreens.
To the editor: Vote for a healthier planet. Vote “yes” on I-732.
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.
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.