Letters to the Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Former Wonn Road owners are wrong

  • Apr 16, 2014 at 8:00PM

Editor, In their letter published in the April 5, 2014, edition of the South Whidbey Record, Walter and Sally Kirkpatrick defend Bruce Montgomery’s right to build a wall across the Wonn Road right of way by discussing the tidelands at the end of the road.

 

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Wonn Road dispute not over

  • Apr 16, 2014 at 6:00PM

Editor, If Bruce Montgomery has the documentation to prove that he owns the beach at the end of Wonn Road, why doesn’t he simply present the facts at a court hearing?

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Road ends are public property

  • Apr 16, 2014 at 6:00PM

Editor, Regarding Wonn Road and Mr. Kirkpatrick’s letter of April 5. He states “About every 10 years the public makes a run at gaining beach access they don’t have a right to” and “We prevailed in every challenge.”

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Government needs to spend less on military

  • Apr 16, 2014 at 2:00PM

Editor, This is an open letter to the Navy and its representatives, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert and Navy Secretary Ray Mabus. I want to comment on the article “Navy looks to purchase 22 more Growlers from Boeing” in the March 19 edition of the South Whidbey Record.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Local businesses give to Whidbey fundraisers

  • Apr 14, 2014 at 8:00AM

Editor, Our community is being encouraged to shop in Langley during construction. I would like to go further and ask that the community think about the businesses that sponsor and support South Whidbey nonprofits. People who care about local causes own these businesses. When a business (farms included) gives an item, we tend to think there is no cost incurred. By giving an item, the business cannot sell it to a paying customer. It still costs the business to make the product.

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