Letters to the Editor

Kitsap County: Rockefeller’s voting record is shoddy

When choosing candidates for positions of power over our tax dollars, it is crucial that we all scrutinize their records. Each candidate will fall on a range between two extremes. One extreme is committed to smaller government, transparency and accountability, fewer laws and less interference (regulation) for small business and private lives. The opposite extreme consistently votes to increase bureaucracy, regulations and taxes, with never-ending incremental intrusions into private lives. I ask you to determine where Phil Rockefeller falls.

Central Kitsap Reporter Letters to the Editor | August 2

I write in response to Edward Roe’s letter in the July 19 edition of the Central Kitsap Reporter.

Central Kitsap Reporter Letters to the Editor | August 9

in 1998 and have been falling for 10 years. Ocean levels and temperatures have been falling for three to four years. Global temperature changes match solar sun spot cycles 79 percent and changes in CO2 less than 19 percent.

Just how happy are you? Letters

Happy with ever increasing property taxes?

I want to thank Bruce Danielson, a local attorney and

I want to thank Bruce Danielson, a local attorney and candidate for Superior Court Judge. Earlier this year, Bruce took time to speak to a Mothers of Preschoolers group that I am part of. He gave a very informative talk about legal issues that matter to mothers. He took time to answer a lot of questions. His whole presentation was funny and easy to listen to, even while providing some really important information.

Adele Ferguson was right on global warming

I write in response to Edward Roe’s letter in the July 19 edition of the Bremerton Patriot. Mr. Roe is entitled to his opinion but he is not entitled to his own set of facts. Most of the global warming panic is based on the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports. These reports are based on computer climate models, and that’s the problem.

Danielson has my vote

I want to thank Bruce Danielson, a local attorney and candidate for Superior Court Judge. Earlier this year, Bruce took time to speak to a Mothers of Preschoolers group that I am part of. He gave a very informative talk about legal issues that matter to mothers. He took time to answer a lot of questions. His whole presentation was funny and easy to listen to, even while providing some really important information.

Make an informed decision

The League of Women Voters believes that democratic government depends upon the informed and active participation of its citizens. Therefore, we encourage all voters to become informed about the candidates running for office in the Aug. 19 primary election.

Bauer, Danielson have my vote

Having lived in Kitsap County for more than 30 years I have witnessed many changes, from land used for cow pastures to shopping malls. Having children born and seeing what really matters in life, grandchildren and their futures.

North Kitsap Herald Letters to the Editor | July 30

I want to thank Bruce Danielson, a local attorney and candidate for Superior Court Judge. Earlier this year, Bruce took time to speak to a Mothers of Preschoolers group that I am part of.

Vaccines can be harmful

I am a stay-at-home mom who has two children with autism spectrum disorders, the older was diagnosed with Pervasive Development Disorder and the younger with Autism Spectrum Disorder. I believe they were both harmed by vaccines.

LETTERS

On Friday, July 11, our dog Maggie was hit by a car just off Pioneer Way and Canyon Road NW. We do not know who hit her but we are hoping that this letter reaches those who hit Maggie and nearby neighbors so that they know we are so thankful for them for trying to save her and for being there with her.

Dalton is the right person for Kitsap Superior Court Judge

Your vote for Jeanette Dalton for Kitsap County Superior Court Judge will give citizens the most qualified person for this highly important position. We know Jeanette personally and respect her integrity and passion for the rule of law.

North Kitsap Herald Letters to the Editor | July 23

As one of the active campaigners for a downtown city hall, I thought it wise to tell Muriel Williams and William Lockard that I agree with them: These new cost estimates are too high. I’m convinced of the long-term economic and lifestyle benefits of a downtown city hall. However, no one on our committee intended to spend more money than previously budgeted. Two years ago, the Downtown City Hall Committee took the 10th Avenue plans to five different architects and builders, all of whom looked at the current city hall site and ran the numbers and the consensus was that we could put that same plan on the present site and it would result in a $3 million savings over the wetlands site on 10th Avenue. Well, that was then, and this is now.

Roundabout a colossal waste of money

Dunce hats to the Port Orchard City Council.I suppose with the mentality of, “It's not my money,” they feel free to spend over $15 million… Continue reading

Danielson a man of principle

I am a junior officer in the U.S. military and have been trained on the issues of conflict of interest with contractors.In my opinion it… Continue reading

North Kitsap Herald Letters to the Editor | July 19

I’ve had it. The county and other agencies and researchers keep complaining about the low oxygen level at the lower end of the Hood Canal. I have swum and fished and visited all over Puget Sound since the early 1930s. Now humans are being blamed for pollution largely by septic systems and alder tree residues washing into the canal. The nitrogen and coliform levels produced by sea mammals has never, repeat never, been made public. There are an estimated 200,000 seals and sea lions in the Puget Sound system and they are polluting everywhere.

North Kitsap Herald Letters to the Editor | July 12

Letters from readers of the North Kitsap Herald.