Doctor, people like you will make us great again
The last few weeks have been depressing with the direction our country is moving. However, we read a letter to the editor (Courier-Herald, Feb. 8) from Dr. David Schumer from Auburn.
He voiced concerns that many of us had with the recent election. But the tone changed when this physician who was intending to retire said that not only was he putting off retirement but that if you lose your insurance when Obamacare is repealed he will help you and be your doctor even if you have no insurance. He said he will be happy to see you because “we are all that remains of our American treasure.”
Dr. Shumer, you are an American treasure and people like you will make America great again.
Pat and Uwe Nehring
For the estimated 20,000 motorists who travel state Route 410 through Enumclaw each day, things are about to get interesting.
With the Memorial Day weekend just days away, work crews were scrambling recently to open Chinook Pass — but their efforts couldn’t match those of Mother Nature.
Last week, Cascade Water Alliance alerted Lake Tapps residents that the reservoir will raise its elevation to approximately 543 feet, the maximum allowable level Cascade can operate Lake Tapps.
As you have probably noticed, the new pavement poured on Puyallup Street last year has failed. The contractor will be out fixing the job, but it means further disruption along Puyallup Street/Fryar Avenue.
The Bonney Lake City Council has spent over a month mulling over proposed increases in water and sewer rates and are one step closer to making a final decision. In a workshop meeting on May 16, the City Council came together to further discuss whether or not residences will have to pay more for their water and sewer usages.