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Letters from Jan. 26, 2008

Job fairMLK would be proud of effortsI’d like to think that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would be proud of what the nonprofit… Continue reading

Letters from Feb. 2, 2008

Adele’s columnFerguson wrong about HillaryAdele blasts Mrs. Clinton, saying “I’ve read too much about her.” and Clinton will play dirty even manufacture dirt to pile… Continue reading

Letters from Feb. 16, 2008

Presidential raceWho won the state’s Republican caucus?That fact is, that nobody really knows who won the Washington state Republican caucus. Indeed McCain and the media… Continue reading

Letter from March 8, 2008

Bremerton PatriotPatriotcommunity’s TRUE local paperThank you Bremerton Patriot for being our community’s TRUE local paper. Thank you for covering the stories that other organizations deem… Continue reading

Letters from March 15, 2008

Pet overpopulationSpay/neuter todayWe want to see a time when cats/kittens, dogs/puppies have good homes because their caretakers are responsible pet owners.It will soon be cat… Continue reading

Letter from March 22, 2008

4-year universityThanks to allLast week, the people on the Kitsap and Olympic Peninsulas won a victory as we got a fully-funded study for 4-year baccalaureate… Continue reading

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Kitsap newspapers have published many letters opposing Kitsap’s involvement in the Puget Sound Regional Council, and few supporting it. As a result, a lot of misinformation is going unanswered. Unfortunately, the role of PSRC is poorly understood.

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Change Washington can believe in: Dino Rossi

I would like to ask this of all citizens of Washington state, “Do you feel safe in your community?” “Do you feel safe walking in the evening in our parks and downtown areas?” I’m not a supporter of Barack Obama, but he may have it right when he says, “We need change we can believe in.”

Some Bremerton red light-runners should file suit

Throughout April and May, the vast majority of red-light camera tickets were written for running the red light in the southbound right-turn only lane at the corner of 16th and Warren. At least one traffic light camera reviewer believed the absence of a turn arrow light could possibly constitute a free right turn for this lane. Seeing an enormous revenue stream drying up, the city took action to prevent this from happening. In what is akin to first issuing expired parking tickets, and then installing the parking meters, Larry Matel, P.E. (Pedestrian Exterminator?)–Managing Engineer, Transportation issued a memo on May 27 to Judge James Doctor, Lt. Pete Fisher and Mike Meacham.

U.S. government doing whatever it can get away with

I have to ask Dean Jenniges just why we are in this Iraq war. Too much Fox News! What threat did they pose other than the Israeli agenda? That is why they hate us! They were not responsible for 9/11! Bush was given his marching orders and he followed their orders to the tee.

A hazard to all

In celebration of our nation’s birthday on the Fourth of July each year, we’ve been brainwashed into thinking that it’s patriotic to set off fireworks. We need to rethink this very dangerous practice.

Can we wave it too much?

Is it possible to wave the flag too much? Provided, of course, that you wave it with integrity. Is it possible to study Lincoln or Shakespeare too much? Is it possible to read the Bible too much? I believe not. These are great examples of inspiration and strength. We are not waving our flag enough. Not nearly enough.

How much more will taxpayers put up with?

The Washington State Department of Transportation has now formally joined all other government departments in recognizing that, since they are unable to complete their assigned basic mission, WSDOT will refine its primary responsibility to that of social engineering.

Contributions are appreciated

Windermere Real Estate of Poulsbo would like to thank the following local vendors for their contributions to Windermere’s Community Service Day on June 20. Windermere spent the day at Poulsbo’s Marine Science Center cleaning, painting and landscaping. A big “Thank You” for generous donations from Central Market, Peninsula Paints, James Lumber, Tatu Barbeque, Coast Do it Best Hardware and Vern’s Organic Topsoil.

Thanks to community service volunteers | North Kitsap Letters to the Editor

Windermere Real Estate of Poulsbo would like to thank the following local vendors for their contributions to Windermere’s Community Service Day last Friday the 20th of June. Windermere spent the day at Poulsbo’s Marine Science Center cleaning, painting and landscaping.

Central Kitsap’s Anderson Landing Preserve still needs work

We should all be pleased that Commissioner Brown visited Anderson Landing Preserve, one of the best examples in the county of how volunteers get the job done and provide the park facilities we all want. Just a few notes about the Commissioner’s report.

Unsequenced SR 305 lights show lack of planning | N. Kitsap Letters to the Editor

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