Letters to the Editor

LETTER: What about safety?

I live in Port Angeles so I’m not dialed into the issues on Port Townsend’s plate. I enjoyed reading your reporting on the Port Townsend… Continue reading

  • May 7, 2022

LETTER: Road to heaven?

Pre-revolutionary colonists came to this country to escape European religious persecution. For this reason, the Constitution included separation of church and state. After Republicans blocked… Continue reading

  • May 6, 2022

LETTER: Bill died

I read with dismay the issue of the mobile home owners in Forks being forced out. I looked up Bill 1904 that the author discussed,… Continue reading

  • May 5, 2022

LETTER: Court ruling correct

This is in response to the recent letter, “It’s Creepy” (PDN, April 21) regarding the judicial decision not allowing the Navy to use Washington state… Continue reading

  • May 5, 2022

LETTER: Third party

Our Congress was intended to be a negotiating body of representatives searching for what the majority of all the people want. Now it has become… Continue reading

  • Apr 30, 2022

LETTER: Irreversible plans

Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is on the brink of implementing irreversible plans for major development of Miller Peninsula State Park. This unique 2,800-acre… Continue reading

  • Apr 23, 2022

LETTER:Hands-on work

Passing the Quilcene bond will replace the aging, worn out and seismically unsafe elementary building. That is important. But there are more reasons to support… Continue reading

  • Apr 23, 2022

LETTER: Ferry staffing

Thank Gov. Jay Inslee for state ferry staffing shortages. Unlike Gov. Kate Brown of Oregon, our governor is not allowing state workers who did not… Continue reading

LETTER: It’s creepy

Having just finished the article in the April 4 PDN on the judge’s ruling prohibiting the Navy SEALS use of state parks for training, the… Continue reading

  • Apr 21, 2022

LETTER: Bond a bargain

I do not have children in Quilcene schools but, as a Quilbilly that cares about my community, I feel a responsibility shared with my neighbors… Continue reading

  • Apr 16, 2022

LETTER:Critical of politicians

Just wondering, what job could one get where you can lie compulsively, commit crimes and rarely be charged or convicted? Get paid a great salary… Continue reading

  • Apr 16, 2022

LETTER: Housing solutions

First, raising taxes is always the least effective means to addressing any public policy issue. The one-tenth of a percent sales tax (PDN, April 6)… Continue reading

  • Apr 14, 2022

LETTER:Quilcene bond

In Washington, the state pays only for teaching basics. The community pays for buildings, athletics, band, enrichment, shop, etc. If you think this is fair,… Continue reading

  • Apr 9, 2022

LETTER: Bond needed

I’m an architect who has lived in Quilcene for the past 20 years and has served on the school district’s facilities committee for much of… Continue reading

  • Apr 8, 2022

LETTER: Yes, it makes sense

Yes, it makes sense I played in a table-top role-playing game many years ago. We were in a strange city after being shipwrecked. Someone cut… Continue reading

  • Apr 6, 2022

LETTER: How to stop the war

The best news since Russia invaded Ukraine is that talks between the two nations opened in Istanbul last Tuesday. The goal must be a full… Continue reading

  • Apr 2, 2022

LETTER: More of the positive

Enough with the political, pandemic and polarizational negativity expressed in letters to the editor published in the Peninsula Daily News. There is so much more… Continue reading

  • Apr 2, 2022

LETTER: Thanks legislators

Kudos to our 24th District legislators, Sen. Kevin Van de Wege and Reps. Steve Tharinger and Mike Chapman, for supporting legislation this year that will… Continue reading

LETTER: ADUs not the answer

The Clallam County commission is moving toward expanding accessory dwelling unit building in an effort to address homelessness. It will let people with larger lots… Continue reading

  • Mar 27, 2022

LETTER: Qualified candidates

When the political debates come up later this year for candidates in the primaries and November elections there is only one question that needs to… Continue reading