CCIA would like to set the record straight Regarding Dawn Feldhaus’s Sept. 11 article “Candidate’s use of Grove Field parking lot generates complaints,” which described 18th District Representative and candidate Liz Pike’s use of the airport parking lot for her campaign fundraiser, CCIA would like to set the record straight.
Letters to the Editor
Vote for David Shehorn This November, Camas and the rest of the 18th District have a rare opportunity to send a qualified, considerate, intelligent and hard working person to Olympia as our representative.
Boys and Girls Club serves Camas and Washougal residents I am writing in response to the article in the Sept. 4 Post Record, regarding Washougal councilwoman Joyce Lindsey’s desire to bring another Boys and Girls Club to our area.
Ask questions about city code I am responding directly to Madeline Lyne’s Letter to the Editor on “Land being decimated by clear-cutting” that was in the Aug. 7 Post-Record.
Privatizing public works is a serious matter In Dawn Feldhaus’ report of the meeting of the City of Washougal City Council, the innocuous wording would not make the average reader aware of the seriousness of one of the subjects being discussed – the City is considering giving control of the city’s water and sewer systems to a private operator. This frightens me.
Land being decimated by clear-cutting I had never been to the Northwest until I moved here 12 years ago. I knew it rained but I also knew it to be a very beautiful place and assumed we would buy a house on a decent-sized lot, with decent-sized trees, and that our windows would be a decent distance from our neighbor’s windows. What a naive assumption.
Vote Mielke and Madore Clark County would be blessed to have Dave Madore and Tom Mielke elected as County Commissioners. Mielke is an experienced public servant and also a U.S. Army veteran with strong qualities.
Chamber needs to support local businesses For the last six years Kidz with Ice has been applying to get into Camas Days. The reasons are always different as to why the Camas-Washogual Chamber of Commerce and Brent Erickson, its executive director, do not support this small local business.
No to Camas tax hike Camas residents should reject the Excess Levy Camas proposes to boost Emergency Medical Services taxes significantly from 35 cents per $1,000 of property value for homes and businesses to 46 cents per $1,000 of value. This is estimated to boost Camas EMS funds from about $888,825 to $1,182,775 in the first year and grow for six years.
Step up for democracy I hear a lot of complaints about corporations that are pouring unlimited and unidentified dollars into the our elections.