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Disappointment has been my experience as I noticed that only two people have shared their views of the proposed changes in health care.
The city had "planned" on new families moving to Enumclaw to help cover their "overbudget" sewer plant.
Not many years ago, the citizenry of Enumclaw (or any small town), would have been up in arms if the city fathers forced a 55 percent raise on them for anything and this is just on part of our utilities.
Regarding the mayor's race, we have one tried and true mayor, with a good record and accomplishments that can't be denied. John Wise goes out of his way to be accommodating, cares about people and lives quite graciously through some staunch criticism. Older and Wise-r is a good combo. I hope at the time to vote, people will think, not act upon impulse and just vote for a friend, regardless of which friend that may be.
Wow! What a great street fair.
I am writing this letter because I am deeply disturbed because of President Obama’s support of the practice of abortion. And the Catholic Church is also, like me, adamantly opposed to killing in the womb. But Notre Dame University awarded the president the privilege of being its commencement speaker and the recipient of an honorary degree,
A big thank you for the wonderful support from the Enumclaw community for the AIDS/HIV Caregiver Kits Project sponsored by Enumclaw Rotary working through World Vision. On June 6, more than 30 volunteers from Rotary, Calvary Presbyterian Church, Mutual of Enumclaw and community members assembled 175 basic health care kits to send overseas. This was made possible by the $5,260 raised by the community to underwrite this international outreach. We hope to continue this fun and productive project again. Anyone interested in helping to plan the next kit build can contact Nancy Baer at 360-825-4484.
The scar has faded, but the firework injury that my friend and I suffered last year taught me a lesson that I will never forget.
Reader unhappy with Hurst’s take on budget
Editor’s note: the following letter is addressed to state Rep. Chris Hurst.
In the 20-plus years I have climbed Mount Peak, people have been working to save it for public use. The last attempt produced a King County purchase, which made it a park and therefore safe from development. Hats off to all who had a part in this; now it is time to save Mount Peak from ourselves.
At last, a worthy adversary.
It’s refreshing to see an effort to maintain a program necessary for student development, but as the article is read one wonders about the necessity of this action originally (“District officials bypass pay hike,” Courier-Herald, April 1).