Thank Puget Sound Energy workers for their efforts

Editor,

How many people lost power the other day? Has anyone thanked the Puget Sound Energy workers who toiled in the middle of the night?

If anyone is at fault, besides an act of god, please make sure they are transferred to the Trump cabinet. Positions are opening up quickly, as long as Mueller does not get swallowed up by a swamp.

STEPHEN KAHN

Freeland

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