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Editor, Sound Waters is a one-day conference designed to bring together experts and citizens across Island County to share how we can live in harmony with our marine environment. Celebrating its 20th year on Feb. 7, more than 600 people attended this event held at South Whidbey High School. Beach Watchers sponsors this annual event, under the auspices of the Washington State University Island County Extension program with support by the Lighthouse Environmental Programs.
Community Events, March 2015
Editor, Langley Mayor Fred McCarthy says the Langley-to-marina transportation method is required to be “the best possible solution for moving ... boaters with their gear in sufficient numbers to be both a safe and efficient form of transportation.”
Editor, I propose that the name of Freeland be changed to Freedom. After all, the land is no longer free. There is a Freedom, Calif., a small town near Watsonville, but seems like there is room for another.
Editor, I just wanted to send a note along to let other people know what a superb play I think “Other Desert Cities” is. Whidbey Island Center for the Arts has put on a real winner. The set is perfect, the writing soulful and the overall staging of this gem was so well done.
Editor, Langley business owners and government claim they need to reinvent Langley by offering a fun family attraction, the funicular. If the town needs to be reinvigorated, why not focus on the biggest attraction Langley has long held? The reason visitors and residents love Langley is to experience a small and charming rural town in a beautiful setting.