Letters to the Editor

LETTER: Don’t ignore experts

As I age, I am less and less able to be absolutely sure about anything. Things change so quickly and some of it I want… Continue reading

  • Jul 30, 2021

 

LETTER: Stay healthy

Some vaccinated people are getting COVID-19, especially the new variants. It would seem from the latest figures available that in the UK, Netherlands and Israel… Continue reading

  • Jul 30, 2021

 

LETTER: Supports Wennstrom

If you have something that needs to be done, give it to Libby. If you have a problem that needs solving, give it to Libby.… Continue reading

  • Jul 30, 2021

 

LETTER: Supports Rogers

As a former U.S. naval officer and Superior Court judge, I understand clearly the importance of governance, law and policy. I’m supporting Karen Rogers for… Continue reading

  • Jul 29, 2021

LETTER: Supports Vega

Tyler Vega is running for Port Townsend City Council in the upcoming primary. Tyler is not part of the political establishment, which is a good… Continue reading

  • Jul 29, 2021

LETTER: Darwin award

I would like to submit my nomination for this year’s Darwin Award to all the unmasked, unvaccinated people in America. For those unfamiliar with the… Continue reading

  • Jul 26, 2021

LETTER: Natural selection

As more of our population dies of COVID-19, it is apparent that nearly all of them are unvaccinated. While I applaud Clallam County health officer… Continue reading

  • Jul 26, 2021

LETTER: Backs incumbents

A Sequim-based Republican-leaning group co-led by defeated Clallam County Commissioner Jim McEntire has promoted a group of opposition candidates to run for Port Angeles City… Continue reading

  • Jul 25, 2021

LETTER: Get vaccinated

Now’s the time. Be not afraid. Serve your community. Serve your country. Save lives. Love your neighbor. Get vaccinated. Dr. Paul Pederson Port Angeles… Continue reading

  • Jul 25, 2021

LETTER: Opposes incumbents

Bruce Springsteen’s ” My City of Ruin” must be the theme song of three council members running for reelection. Residents have every reason to vote… Continue reading

  • Jul 25, 2021

LETTER: Pave alleys

I’m confused and concerned. Recently, paving has been done on Lauridsen Boulevard, Peabody Street and Golf Course Road. I drive these streets often and never… Continue reading

  • Jul 23, 2021

LETTER: False equivalency

A recent letter in the PDN listed several circumstances in which our ancestors came to America: seeking freedom from peasantry, serfdom and slavery, arriving here… Continue reading

  • Jul 22, 2021

LETTER: Supports present council

I just received my voters’ pamphlet and was compelled to write. I have consistently followed the words, and actions, of our current city council. We… Continue reading

  • Jul 22, 2021

LETTER: 70 percent solution

Jefferson County Health Officer Tom Locke called our local COVID-19 turmoil, “a bifurcation where the unvaccinated will likely become infected in the next six months.”… Continue reading

  • Jul 18, 2021

LETTER: Elect new council

As a former appointee to the Governor’s Commission on Homelessness, I was interested in the July 12 PDN article regarding the candidate forum on homelessness.… Continue reading

  • Jul 18, 2021

LETTER: Restrict Airbnbs

There are more than 200 Airbnbs listed between Sequim and Port Angeles. Many of them are taking viable homes off the rental market, contributing to… Continue reading

  • Jul 18, 2021

LETTER: Supports Wennstrom

Libby Wennstrom, candidate for Port Townsend City Council, has my vote. She possesses qualifications that would make her an excellent councilor in a much larger… Continue reading

  • Jul 18, 2021

LETTER: Paving the way

Twanoh State Park nestles partly between a steep hillside, state Highway 106, and the Hood Canal. Begun in 1923, it was further developed by a… Continue reading

  • Jul 15, 2021

LETTER: Not that simple

Some of the candidates for city council in Port Angeles do not seem to understand the homeless situation. Many homeless people do not want help… Continue reading

  • Jul 14, 2021

LETTER: Progress?

Four hundred years ago in London, royalty and the rich rode their coaches through the city streets and tossed pennies out the window to the… Continue reading

  • Jul 14, 2021