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Letters to the Editor
In a recent letter to the editor, representatives from two neighborhood groups requested additional studies to prove the need for the Energize Eastside project. PSE (Puget Sound Energy) and independent consultants have conducted multiple studies that all point to an urgent local need for the project, making additional studies unnecessary.
Community Events, May 2015
Washington has a reputation as a nationwide leader on things like access to abortion and birth control, but the truth is that there is still a lot of work to be done. Right now, fair access to affordable birth control does not exist and it’s going to get worse.
What ever happened to the good old days when the worst things we had to fear on Memorial Day were traffic jams and indigestion?
Puget Sound Energy’s (PSE) studies that show a need for Energize Eastside assume that no local generation plants are operating during an infrequent arctic winter event. This is an unrealistic assumption, because many of those generators were acquired by the company to serve exactly this scenario.
I am writing in response to the recent letter published in the Kirkland Reporter, “Park district could be taxation with no results.”