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Letters to the Editor
To the editor: It’s true that public utility districts (PUDs) provide power and water to many areas in our state.
Community Events, May 2016
To the editor: There are times when standing pat poses greater risk than making a change. We face this situation as Bainbridge Island considers creating a public power utility.
To the editor: As a precinct caucus secretary and voter in Washington state, I am making time to encourage every voter to fill out their primary ballot and drop it off at drop boxes by Tuesday, May 24. Washington is a three-step process in its voting for the presidential campaign.
To the editor: After quite a few afternoons in a bus, barely creeping across Highway 305 to get home (for an hour), I think change is coming to 305.
To the editor: When driving on the two-lane roads all over the island, when there is a bicycle or a walker, runner, or dog walker in your lane, or someone out to retrieve their mail, you DO NOT SPEED UP into oncoming traffic to get around whatever is in your lane.