Monday, June 17, 2024
Log in Subscribe
Letters to the Editor

Thank you for your support Thank you to everyone who submitted comments of support during my effort to be appointed to the Edmonds School Board at its special meeting on June 4 to fill the …

Vandalism at the Edmonds Marsh Whoever so terribly scratched the two lenses of our permanent viewing scopes at the boardwalk viewing station at the Edmonds Marsh should know that no longer is …

Traffic redo abomination. Why are bicyclists special? Nothing government does seems to be an improvement. Case in point – the 100th Avenue West/Ninth Avenue West abomination. They …

Confused by traffic revisions I am very confused about the traffic revision on 100th Avenue West and 238th Street SW. There is a huge traffic back-up now. Coming from the north, there isn't …

Last Sunday, April 29, I returned from a rare outing – just a few hours where I wasn't at home working, my faithful dog at my side – to a chilling sight: My home had been vandalized. …

Opposed to tall buildings at Five Corners I am adamantly opposed to having four- and five-story buildings in Five Corners and other targeted growth areas in Edmonds. These create an imposing, …

A clean sweep on city streets A big thank you to the City Of Edmonds and their street sweepers. One of their trucks comes down our street every two to three weeks, and it really makes a …

Shouting from the rooftops “Amazement” and “adoration” are the words that come to mind when describing all the hard work, fun, and love you pour into making the Edmonds …

Latest Beacon Magazine well-crafted and delectable The latest edition of The Beacon Magazine is outstanding, or should I say, delectable. After being lured in by the mysterious-looking …

5th and Pine flashing light appreciated I was pleasantly surprised to see the newly installed flashing light at the Fifth Avenue South and Pine Street crosswalk. For pedestrians, this has been a …

I appreciate hearing plans from Rob English about Main Street revisions. I would hope that before the work is begun the plans might themselves be considered for revision. The important questions …

Why not have City Attorney on Zoom? I believe our City Attorney contract states the following: When our services require travel to Edmonds, regardless of the actual travel time, a one-hour …

The world has been informed that Alexei Navalny died in a Russian prison. This hits close to me not just because I have greatly admired Mr. Navalny for many years, but because I am dismayed to see …

The following information was submitted to the submit news form on www.edmondsbeacon.com: first name: Mike last name: Biggins address: 110 8th Ave N city: Edmonds state: WA …

A rare find at Anchor Chic I bought a blazer at Anchor Chic recently. The label said "Custom clothing by Sherman Funmaker." The fabric looked Native, but with so many "Native-inspired" clothing …

‘Big Red’ is on the chopping block “Big Red,” a majestic coast redwood at the Boardwalk Condominium, 1024 Fifth Ave. S, is threatened to be removed. Big …

Pleased with remodeled Edmonds Library I've been to the reopened library about five times now. I went to work during the cold spell, read the newspapers, picked up books, used the printer, and …

The remodel of the library is not the success they say. The function of a library is to supply the community with written materials for research and enjoyment. A place for access to books and …

New Edmonds Library is not user-friendly The remodel of the library is not the success they say. The function of a library is to supply the community with written materials for research and …

Should City reestablish its own fire department? I don't know why the only City Council comment on this story was from Jenna Nand ("Mayor: Councilmembers at fault with South County Fire Contract," …

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.