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To the City Council members of North Bend and Snoqualmie: Over the last few years (since the moratorium on building lifted in North Bend) development in our valley skyrocketed under the guise of economic growth. These projects are presented as benign and necessary for the creation of jobs and tourism industry in the Snoqualmie Valley. While limited development can be economically productive, I want to tell you I am horrified by the irreverent destruction of our wild spaces.
Community Events, October 2015
The Snoqualmie Firefighters Association would like to thank all Valley residents, contributors and volunteers for their continued support and patronage through the years of our annual fundraising pancake breakfast and silent auction Aug. 15. This year’s event was a huge success with record-setting attendance.
Regarding ‘Serving alcohol to minors is not cool’, (Aug. 19 issue) I will be writing in again next time the police are peeling some teen off the tree they wrapped their car around because they were drunk, and not in a safe environment.
There’s confusion about the word “origin”. The Snoqualmie’s origin is at the base of Mount Si; the tree they climbed down was removed by Weyerhaueser in the 1960s.
The stated purpose of the Wild Fish Conservancy, The Conservation Angler, Wild Steelhead Coalition, and Native Fish Society is to eliminate hatchery plants of steelhead by establishing wild steelhead gene banks, and turn these rivers into catch and release fisheries.