My opponent claims I was absent from my office 50 percent of the year.
Ed Hickey’s letter in the Sept. 27 Whidbey News-Times had some good points I’d agree with if I weren’t curious.
I am writing this letter to clear up any misunderstandings regarding my position on the United States Navy, Whidbey Island Naval Air Station and Outlying Field in Coupeville.
“(Mayor Scott) Dudley was largely shut down, however.
In response to acting financial manager of Island Transit Sandra Kuykendall’s letter in the Sept. 24 Whidbey News-Times, the following should be noted:
Recently I was exposed to an event that brought to mind the anti-OLF situation.
I would like to thank the kind EMT and paramedic who came to my aid during the dog show at Windjammer Park.
Thanks to much support, the Impaired Driving Impact Panel of Island County exceeded its goal of $5,000 during its Keep It a Safe Summer campaign.
I am writing in response to the current Island Transit upheaval.
I take strong exception to Gary Raster’s letter in the Sept. 10 issue of the Whidbey News-Times.
Regarding Walt Mistler’s Sept. 24 letter in the Whidbey News-Times, what we seem to have in Washington, D.C., is a party of “yes” and a party of “no.”
As we get closer to the November elections, voters must ask candidates if they believe endless war should come to an end.
On the surface, it appears that Initiative 594 is both simple and reasonable.
I would like to address two things in Robert Brown’s Aug. 30 letter to the editor.
There’s a metaphor for the current state of our government that seems to capture how things are.
Friday I witnessed a vigilante mob lynch an outstanding public servant.
Editor, Here I go again. I am 96 years old and I’m not a mental giant like some of the leaders of the anti-OLF group think they are. I am old fashioned enough to know there’s an easy way to solve most problems. If my family were home when the planes started going over my house, I would say, “Here come our noisy friends.”
Editor, Let me say right from the start that I completely, wholeheartedly and unequivocally endorse Rick Hannold for election to the District No. 3 seat on the Island County Board of Commissioners. I strongly urge all of you who were so kind as to honor me with your votes in last month’s primary to cast your vote for Rick this November.
Editor, We need to vote for Rick Hannold for Island County commissioner, District 3, this November. Here’s one big reason why: “Progressives” backing liberal Karla Jacks for the District 3 job are after Whidbey Island Naval Air Station.
Editor, Concerning Island Transit and Ms. Martha Rose, I feel I must acknowledge this issue. I have never been a supporter of the free bus service. Nearly all the buses I see are mostly empty, other than kids riding the free bus, rather than taking the taxpayer school bus along with other people with driving issues.