Questioning the stated purpose of the mill site development | Letter

I usually don’t comment on articles in the Valley Record but I just couldn’t believe the statement in the mill site development article (July 5).

Quote from Mr. Sroufe: “The development’s intended purpose is to create more employment in the city.”

If anyone believes this statement, I have a floating bridge by Mercer Island that I would like to sell you.

The purpose of the development is to make money for the developer and to further destroy our once peaceful Valley.

Let’s pray the amphitheater will be aimed at the casino.

David W. Wilson

Snoqualmie

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