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Yep, the noise my good neighbor emits across the Snoqualmie Valley can still be heard loud and clear in my backyard. The clatter persists to encircle me in my front yard. The din my good neighbor turns out still pulsates through my closed windows four out of seven nights a week.
The Si View Metropolitan Park District is asking local voters to fund improvements to the Community Center including the adjacent field and now Tollgate Farm.
We want to take this opportunity to encourage everyone to exercise their right to vote. Often, it is easy to choose not to vote in… Continue reading
We have an opportunity on August 17 to help preserve and improve Si View Community Center and Park and to begin improvements at Tollgate Farm by voting in favor of Proposition 1, a much needed parks bond.
The hospital is not struggling with revenues in 2010. We are experiencing record usage and revenues that are increasing each month, reflecting the excellent care patients are receiving and the need for more space.
I have been a part of the Carnation Fourth of July Committee for 14 years and have been chairperson for the past six years. The other day I was asked, “Who puts on this event? And how much does it cost?”
I have read where people have stated that the only concern of the casino is profit.
I have heard people say they enjoy the casino music from their yards. Will that be true if the casino has concerts by the Dead Kennedys or Throbbing Gristle?
Your story “Drawing the Line” about local residents upset with the Corps of Engineers over flooding ignored climate change. Yet the fact is that climate has already changed in Washington.
We have an opportunity on August 17 to help preserve and improve Si View Community Center and Park and to begin improvements at Tollgate Farm by voting in favor of Proposition 1, a much needed parks bond. Many families are sticking around their home and enjoying the various amenities in their own towns, as evidenced in the record numbers of Si View users.
Our community is fortunate to have individuals within it whose acts of generosity are a benefit to us all. A recent example is the three business men who have donated their time, materials and labor to improve the appearance of the Snoqualmie Valley Moose Club.
At our neighborhood Fourth of July celebration, I learned that two families will leave Snoqualmie because of the situation at Mount Si High School.
First of all, I would like to extend my thanks to the folks at Snoqualmie Casino for providing all the free music lately. However, as a long-time law-abiding citizen, the situation does raise some concerns for me.
I am writing to express my support for the upcoming vote on Si View parks.
How can the Snoqualmie Tribe justify being able to pollute our lovely Valley with ear-splitting music from their outdoor concerts two times a week?
Words seem inadequate to convey my gratitude to everyone involved in making Fall City Days so successful.
This past week, the Big Cheese at British Petroleum referred to the fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico as “small people.” That remark relegates them to insignificance. They are people who have been deprived of their source of income. They are not “small.”