To the editor: We encourage everyone to submit public comments on EPA’s Wyckoff/Eagle Harbor Proposed Plan and Feasibility Study.
To the editor: I attended the presentation by PSE at the museum on Monday night as I wanted to hear what they had to say about their service on the Island, and to ask them about why they were resistant to even a study of municipal vs. PSE power on the Island.
To the editor: We the people and our elected representatives have the power to bring our republic into a better future.
To the editor: The people of Bainbridge Island are truly generous!
To the editor: I recall asking my brother how the town he lived in could survive without any industry. His response was, “We just take in each other’s wash.”
To the editor: The dominant themes of last weekend’s news (exploding oil trains and 90 degree heat waves) can be expected to return again and again until we finally get serious about our moral obligation to take action on climate change.
To the editor: I agree with Jennifer Merrill regarding the loss of Winslow Drug, it is sad.
To the editor: It is utterly impractical, and financially risky, for a city our size to take on the complex and difficult responsibility of operating and managing an electrical utility business.
To the editor: Naysayers who would have the city council scrimp on studying how we might operate a public electric utility are myopically uninformed and should not carry the day.
To the editor: I stand with others who have voiced concerns here about pursuing a city-owned and city-operated energy utility. What’s proposed by Island Power is a government takeover of Puget Sound Energy’s facilities on Bainbridge Island.
To the editor: Have you ever had an idea that you thought would be good for the island? Good enough that people might want to vote on it? No? Well, if you did, you’d quickly find out there is no easy path to put a measure on a ballot.
To the editor: The letter from Bob Fortner discusses an important part of disaster preparedness here on Bainbridge Island and I applaud the effort.
To the editor: Gold and precious stones could not induce me to say derogatory things about the mewing’s of the Bainbridge Islander NIMBYS who want “clean power” from Bonneville instead of from PSE’s Colstrip while doing nothing about our own carbon footprint.
To the editor: I am writing on behalf of an organization that has had a major influence on my life and is a vital part of our island community: IslandWood.
To the editor: The Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation would like to thank participants, volunteers and sponsors for helping to make the first Trillium Trail 10K a fantastic success!
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.