- About Us
- Local Savings
- Green Editions
- Legal Notices
- Weekly Ads
Connect with Us
Letters to the Editor
Quite obviously a large number of drivers use the roundabout at Northeast Union Hill Road and 196th Avenue Northeast. The current landscaping on the roundabout is quite attractive on its own. Unfortunately it also presents a visual obstruction to traffic and is a safety hazard.
Community Events, April 2016
I'm writing in regards to the March 18 letter to the Redmond Reporter editor titled "LWSD staff and students can help fight global warming" by Redmond High School freshman Meghna Shankar.
I am writing to encourage you to send in your "yes" ballot today in support of the Lake Washington School District bond. We need every vote to meet the high 60 percent threshold needed for passage.
I marvel at the enduring dose of inspiration I received from the simplest of things, a children's book. The story in this book has parallels to overcrowding in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) and inspiration to help fix it.
I'm a parent of a student at the seriously overcrowded Evergreen Middle School. There are so many kids moving through the congested halls at one time, administration has determined kids can no longer carry their books from class to class in backpacks due to safety issues.