Letters to the Editor for June 30, 2015

GMA justifies politicians’ self-seeking agendas In case you didn’t stay for the vote on the Green Mountain PRD, the Camas Planning Commissioners could care less about what their public had to say.

Fireworks debate continues

Over time, debate about when and if personal-use fireworks should be legal has become a polarizing issue.

Letters to the Editor for June 23, 2015

Crosswalks are unsafe I have some serious concerns with our intersections and people being able to cross the street safely.

Pursuing their passions


Kansas and North Carolina cutting taxes to spur jobs and growth

In Olympia these days, lawmakers are high centered in a second special session over the budget to operate the state for the next two years.

Questions worth asking

In what may be a surprise to some, East County Fire and Rescue officials have recently reached out to Camas-Washougal Fire Department leaders hoping to explore expanded partnership opportunities.

Pike: ‘I was exactly where I should have been’

Last Wednesday, I saw a headline over the top of a 1,100-plus word opinion piece that asked, “Where was Rep. Liz Pike?”

Graduates prepare to travel the road ahead

This weekend, more than 700 seniors will graduate during ceremonies that will be held for all four of the area’s high schools — Camas, Washougal, Excelsior and Hayes Freedom.

Where was Rep. Liz Pike?

My mother and many of her relatives were teachers and several of the newer generation family relatives followed their parents into the education field.

The right place to start

Citizens living within Washougal School District boundaries have a unique opportunity to get involved in planning the district’s future.