Isn’t it wonderful how nations can pass laws to establish administrative procedures, replace old customs and unwritten rules, and bring some order to chaos, as was the case with the U.S. Constitution?
I’m writing in support of Ed Wolfe for county commissioner District 3. I ask all of my friends and acquaintances to consider joining me in casting a vote to bring balance back to county government by voting for Ed Wolfe.
For 40 years, I have been active in elected and appointed positions in local government. I have seen many commissioners come and go. I have strong opinions about the personal and professional attributes it takes to make a good commissioner. Linda has the knowledge, skills and passion to be a great commissioner.
The position of county assessor requires expertise in real estate, business acumen, customer service and communication skills. Given this criterion, Sean Smith best embodies the core competencies required.
As a former chief deputy auditor of Kitsap County, I had the opportunity to work with Dolores Gilmore, candidate for Kitsap County auditor.
I do not understand why the Rule of Law is being thwarted by the Obama administration. Regardless of the issue, his ways do not justify his means. It is illegal.
We’ve dreamed of purchasing shuttle buses and considered making arrangements with RideShare companies, but nothing panned out. So imagine our delight when Kitsap Transit announced 'B.I. Ride.'
A big thank you is due to Safeway, Sluys Bakery, Olympic Resource Management, the Port of Poulsbo, and everyone else that made this year’s fireworks display possible.
Regarding the editorial cartoon, “Completely disgusting racist team logos,” page A4, June 27 Herald
Until the essential value of choice in birth control methods is realized, I fear the hypocrisy of those who oppose it will continue to dictate to all of us via religious-based laws.
The political cartoon in the July 4 issue (free and available birth control) defies logic. Birth control is already “available and free” to any. It’s hard to get pregnant if you don’t have sex.
For the Bainbridge Island council member who bristled at widening the highway to four lanes, the obvious rejoinder is to get them to pay a toll when they cross the bridge. Folks will take the Kingston boat then.
It was heartening to hear Poulsbo Port Commissioner Jim Rutledge’s change of attitude at a recent board meeting. Apparently, he had come to realize the port has neither the time or money to take on additional projects.
Following is a letter that I sent to Rep. Sherry Appleton earlier Tuesday.
What an amazing community we live and work in...Our efforts to raise fund does not stop now.