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I don’t know what rock our mayor lives under, but I do know that thankfully he will have to come out from under it come election day.
Community Events, September 2015
I see that my July 10 Redmond Reporter letter, “The Marxist-Progressive Church of Climate Change,” compelled an Aug. 10 response from Mr. Doug Chapin, who is defending this faith-based energy policy. Let me respond in kind to Mr. Doug Chapin’s points.
Redmond has some huge issues facing us. Most of them won’t be solved without strong relationships with our neighboring city and state officials.
One of the most important things we do as City of Redmond council members is get out in the community to hear from our citizens. During this summer’s Derby Days and National Night Out events, we had an opportunity to talk with a diverse cross section of our community. As folks shared what makes Redmond a great place to live, work and play, along with their issues and concerns, we were inspired by our residents’ pride in our community.
Thank you for your Aug. 14 article on Camp Unity Eastside (CUE) and their open house held on Aug. 15. The assembly of the DecaDome by CUE members Thursday went extremely well and it withstood the following day’s drenching rain, keeping the occupants dry and comfortable. On Saturday, many community members visited, commented and ate great food.