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What do you think when you see a homeless person? Do you think, “Oh, they must be a drunkard, a druggie or a criminal?”
Community Events, March 2015
I want to thank Mount Si Lutheran Church for hosting the Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter in recent months.
When I heard that Snoqualmie City Council was considering an all-out aerial fireworks ban, I immediately reacted that it’s just not the job of government to solve all problems and heal all wounds. Sure, fix the potholes and light the streets, but each law, every ordinance comes with a price — paid for by your liberty.
Since December of 2012, the Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter has been successful in providing shelter, sustenance, emotional support and social services to our most vulnerable population. We have moved numerous men, women and families out of homelessness.
Voters in the Snoqualmie Valley have an important decision to make concerning education of our children. District 410 has placed a levy on the ballot asking homeowners to provide almost a quarter billion dollars for a new high school and other improvements.