Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 30, 2014

Support the proposed charter Thank you to the freeholders, whom the voters elected last November, for putting together a solid and balanced new Clark County County Charter for voters to approve this November. Clark County had around 12,000 residents when the Washington State Constitution was approved in 1889, which established our current form of county government. At over 400,000 residents, our county is ready for a form of government that gives county residents better representation, provides separation between policy makers and county managers, and gives residents a way to replace county laws they disagree with.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 23, 2014

Vick’s rubbery ethics Recently, the newspapers noted an effort to reign in the relationship between Washington legislators and lobbyists. The committee started with a focus on “free” lunches. The limit suggested was 12. That would be once a week for three months or twice a month for six months, etc.

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 16, 2014

WSD students are excelling

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 9, 2014

Child’s failure to perform is a failure of the parent My two cents on the Sept. 2 letter to the editor titled “Outraged about school district’s failure to perform:”

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 2, 2014

‘Unexamined’ assumptions about the concealed carry license In her Aug. 19 Letter to the Editor, “Obtaining conceal/carry license is too easy,” Joanne Pinelli expressed concern that it is “too easy” to obtain a concealed carry license in Washington. She expressed her aversion to guns, but failed to define what, exactly, the problem is with the concealed license process.

Letters to the Editor for Aug. 19, 2014

Do not re-elect Pike Rep. Liz Pike (R-Camas) is not an effective 18th Legislative District, Position 2, representative for our community.

Letters to the Editor for July 29, 2014

Replacement of Crown Park pool is a better option In the Tuesday, July 8, edition of the Post-Record, an article highlighted the City Council workshop discussion of the possible purchase of Lacamas Swim & Sport by the City of Camas.

Letters to the Editor for July 8, 2014

Now is the time to tighten fireworks laws Well, another July Fourth has come and gone. Another mess is left in the streets and yards, and on rooftops and decks as testimony.

Letters to the Editor for July 1, 2014

Does VA system need to be changed? I’m going to get in hot water on this one but what the heck. When one feels strongly about something I guess it’s worth the exposure.

Letters to the Editor for June 24, 2014

Former state senator supports Graser I have known John Graser since he was a high school student of mine.