As a father and grandfather of wonderful children, I would implore you to change your minds on permitting the sale and consumption of alcohol at my Fort Nugent Park — we have our children’s soccer games there; we play in the park; we use the Frisbee golf; we have picnics.
With local elections fast approaching, I write in support of Karla Jacks for the position of Island County commissioner.
It’s difficult to see how Washington state could make voting any easier.
Kudos to Director Jackie Apodaca and the entire cast of William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew.”
I want to express my most sincere appreciation for the numerous volunteers who made the 2014 Coupeville Arts and Crafts Festival a success.
The disclosure deception lawsuit, which Joe Kunzler dragged in by its heels in his letter about Island Transit, is about home-buyers in the Navy jet flight path who were not given the noise disclosure form required by Island County Code 9.44.050:
Our group must protest Oak Harbor’s shocking disregard for our health and well-being with the ridiculous amount of noise and excitement brought upon our peace-loving community by the hydroplane races here.
It would seem that, despite what the island County Transit manager has stated over the years, the system does need to charge for its services.
This letter is written in response to the letter to the editor from Michael Eaves in the Aug. 13 edition of the Whidbey News-Times.
I cannot stand by and witness the mudslinging campaign being pursued by Wanda Grone.
I am writing to offer my endorsement of Karla Jacks for Island County Commissioner, District 3.
I would like to thank the large number of voters who supported me in the primary election for Island County Commissioner, District No. 3.
I just read Fred Stillwell’s letter dated Aug. 9, “President is much loved? By whom?”
Sunday was the Pigfest in Oak Harbor. Lots of vendors and games for everyone to enjoy.
This a letter from a concerned parent and citizen about the management and decisions made by North Whidbey Aquatic Club Oak Harbor.
The Coupeville High School Senior Parents and Class of 2015 would like to send out a great big thank-you to all who made this year’s running of Race the Reserve Whidbey Island a success.
I read with amusement in the Aug. 6, 2014 Whidbey News-Times a letter bemoaning disrespect of our “much-loved” president.
Although I certainly can agree that posters or pictures of the president in the local post office should not be defaced, I have some quarrel with the writer of the letter to the editor in the Aug. 6 Whidbey News-Times.
I have known Martha Rose for almost 20 years. I’ve worked with her on the Steering Committee of the Sustainable Whidbey Coalition for several years and know her to be a person of integrity with a deep passion and commitment to Island Transit.
I would like to address something specific within the article regarding county leaders calling for the resignation of Island Transit Executive Director Martha Rose and others pursuant to the recent discovery of financial mismanagement at the agency.