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Letters to the Editor
To the editor: What is happening here? The Paulson/Fortner lawsuit has confused, disappointed, and divided our community, and now is poised to extract over half a million dollars from Bainbridge Island taxpayers.
Community Events, January 2015
To the editor: The Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation pursues the mission of “enhancing community by supporting a thriving system of parks, trails and open space.” With this mission in mind, I speak for the organization in supporting the Winslow Park Bond vote.
To the editor: I’m optimistic that Bainbridge voters will enthusiastically vote yes to acquire the last large undeveloped parcel of land in Winslow for a park. Proponents are right that this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
To the editor: Recall Douglas Schulze. I’m a loyal 12th man, but he’s supposed to be doing his job and making Bainbridge a better place.
To the editor: We islanders have pulled together many times over the last 30 years to save iconic pieces of open space on our island and through that collective community effort we have preserved the character of this island, with parcels such as the meadow at Highway 305 and Day Road, the Grand Forest, Gazzam Lake, Blakely Harbor, Pritchard Park and others. What would this island look like if we had not preserved these special places?