Letters to the Editor
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Jefferson County Treasurer Stacie Prada is an outstanding elected official. The responsibilities of the treasurer and her staff include banking, investments, revenue deposits, and revenue … more
Tyler Vega’s political skills are becoming more apparent as the campaign progresses, and I am really glad he is taking the risk and putting himself out there to try and make our town … more
Libby’s ready.  Libby has lived in Port Townsend for 23 years and has pitched in to help with numerous community events over the years including her work as a volunteer coordinator for … more
Given the Primary Election’s results for Position 5 of Port Townsend City Council, you may think the race is all but over. Yet, I am here to encourage you to consider voting for Tyler Vega this … more
I’m writing in support of Libby Urner Wennstrom for city council.  In looking at the two candidates’ backgrounds, it’s clear that Libby has vastly more successful background … more
Maybe we, humanity, originally needed the parental Ten Commandments. I don’t know.  But what if, say 1,000 years ago, someone went up a beautiful mountain and received instruction … more
I look forward to Barbara Faurot’s Garden Notes column. Her tips and advice help me prepare, plant, and harvest my garden with cheery mood and confidence. I save her articles for future … more
Of course it is politics season again, and our community is priming for a city council election.  I am writing to endorse Ben Thomas, one of the candidates for council. Ben has lived in Port … more
As a tree lover and professional landscaper, I sadly support the decision to remove the Sims Way poplars due to their age and condition.   Whoever chose that species was clearly not thinking … more
At a recent candidate forum, the candidates for Port Townsend City Council were asked about their stance on mask and vaccine mandates. While all favored using all of the tactics we have to defeat the … more
Tyler Vega would bring a new perspective, which is needed, to Port Townsend City Council. He is a gentle honorable man and he works well with others. His desire to spend as little as possible … more
Poplar trees are a hazard and need to go I am all for removing the poplars. They are a safety hazard to the community.  The shore pines suggested by Forest Shomer, however, are not the … more
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