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Letters to the Editor
To the editor: Ten years ago when my husband and I made Bainbridge Island our home, it was the island trees and open spaces that spoke to us.
Community Events, January 2015
To the editor: Enough is enough. Currently we seem to have more parks on the island than we can take care of, yet there seems no slow down in asking islanders (via a parks levy) for millions of dollars to purchase the acreage on Madison Avenue across from Ordway Elementary School.
To the editor: My wife and I would like to lend our enthusiastic support for the upcoming capital bond measure to acquire the 23-acre Sakai property as a public park.
To the editor: We are urging voters to vote NO on the ballot issue regarding purchasing additional park acreage.
To the editor: Green spaces make for better living. I was the chair for the open space bond campaign back in 2001 and reviewed study after study that showed that parks/open space raise both the quality of life and property values in a community.