Letters to the Editor

Letters | County needs to handle transport needs before stadiums

Since King County does not have the budget to maintain and snowplow dead-end residential streets in unincorporated King County—nor the budget for a lot of other road projects in unincorporated King County—I do not want King County to be spending any money on transportation projects to serve the new $500 million sports palace in Seattle.

After King County meets its obligations to hundreds of thousands of its residents, then it can help the sports corporations of Seattle.

Alan Smith

Carnation

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