Newspaper delivery method just isn’t delivering | Letter

I love reading the Valley Record for its local news but I really have to question the delivery method when the papers litter the streets and driveways all over the Valley every week. Specifically where I walk on SE 356th Drive to the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. What looks like a driveway is just the entrance to a horse pasture.

So papers lay in the rain-soaked gravel until they fall into the creek. I’ve contacted your distribution folks and received an email that the driver has been contacted but saw no changes.

Seems like there is a very fine line between delivery and litter. Perhaps it’s time for a new distribution method?

Nancy White

Fall City

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