It’s too late to relocate the sewage treatment plant planned for downtown Oak Harbor.
Mayor Scott Dudley recently commented in the Whidbey News-Times that he has some cost-cutting ideas on the proposed wastewater treatment plant
I was asked four years ago to run for mayor of the City of Oak Harbor since our existing mayor and city council were not listening to the citizens of Oak Harbor during the Pioneer Way project.
Email is immeasurably important to our personal and work lives. Text messaging is a great convenience.
Editor, Several years ago, my daughter and son-in-law were visiting from Ireland. I needed to get something from the store, and Paul said, “great, we’ll go to America’s best, then?” I had no idea what he was talking about.
Editor, I am writing as a citizen of the Whidbey community and as a recently retired registered nurse. I worked 15 joyous years in the Whidbey Family Birthplace at Whidbey General Hospital.
Editor, So many of the world’s seemingly intractable problems could be solved by greater willingness to walk in another person’s shoes.
Editor, In the coverage of U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen’s visit, a person by the name of Frank Scharwat made quite an extraordinary claim.
Our state is fortunate that the fragile economic recovery has resulted in increased revenue coming to the state. We are projected to have $3 billion more in revenue for this budget cycle than the last.
On North Whidbey, this year’s campaign season is on and it’s time to mix some metaphors. For those Whidbey Island residents who have a bone to pick with local government, this is the year to put your money where your mouth is.
Island County Board Commissioners will soon consider whether to follow a Law and Justice Council recommendation to put a $2.6-million law-and-justice measure on the ballot. The commissioners should allow voters to decide.