Your recent two-part series on the donor community’s concerns over financial issues at the Olympic Medical Center Foundation (Sequim Gazette, Jan. 8, Jan. 15) was an important revelation for everyone who works in the non-profit sector.
Anyone noticed that Obama doesn’t show any great attachment to the global warming “theory”? No emotional support for it?
Often, in a community like this, in a nation like this, one finds themselves presented with an ever more polarizing question: “Republican or Democrat?”
Awareness of trends in our state and federal government legislation is important for all of us in maintaining and protecting our individual freedom.
With the recent passing of I-502 on marijuana reform, commercial marijuana production businesses are now able to apply for licenses through the Washington State Liquor Control Board.
There is something wrong at the museum in Sequim! The wrong people are in control and the assets are being spent at an alarming rate.
Kudos to councilwoman Genaveve Starr, the only affirmative vote last week by the city council on the Initiative 502 issue for legalized marijuana retail sales in downtown Sequim.
I was reading “Letters to the Editor” in the Feb. 26 edition and it left me baffled.
A school bond, like the one coming to a vote in April, is not a levy. A levy gives the schools operating capitol. A bond helps fund capital projects (buildings).
Our family always has said that, “Home is where the Coast Guard sends us.” When my husband was directed to be the Commanding Officer of the USCGC Cuttyhunk in Port Angeles in 2002, we were delighted to start our new adventure on the North Olympic Peninsula.
How about an itemized break down of bids and bidders for the school bond dollars? For example, how many square feet of roof and what is being done and who is doing it for $1M?
Please vote yes for the Sequim School District facilities improvement bond.
I’m writing today to voice my support for the upcoming Sequim school bond. Since graduating from Sequim High School in 2004 I’ve worked as a research scientist and engineer in the aerospace industry.