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Letters to the Editor

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," …

Defending Councilmember Vivian Olson I was very saddened to hear Councilmember Vivian Olson is being named in a lawsuit filed by Sherman Pruitt for racist remarks ("Former police chief candidate …

Our nation and democracy are in real danger A lot of political commenters are cheering the changing of the guard in Edmonds, as the old administration and council are turning over to the new one. …

Some ideas for park on Bowdoin Re: "Demo takes down house for future park in Edmonds," Dec. 7: Ms. Johnson wanted her property and orchard to remain a garden to benefit the community. Let's …

Appreciates Beacon's theater critic I enjoyed reading the theater review in Karen Bennett Herr's new column ("The Phoenix Theatre serves relatable and seasonal fun," Nov. 30). What a great job …

Will developers obliterate the Edmonds Marsh? Former Councilmember Dave Teitzel recently wrote a column in the Beacon about the city of Edmonds' current financial difficulties and the need to do …

Support the historic Edmonds Theater We live in an exceptional town. Just take a walk along the waterfront on a sunny day, greeting your neighbors. Stop by the beautiful new Waterfront Center …

Thank you, Mayor Nelson, for your dedicated service During this busy holiday season we all need to stop for a moment, reflect, and thank Mayor Mike Nelson for his years of dedicated service to our …

Beware of zoning as a tool for racial redlining in Edmonds A hot topic in Edmonds is recent state-mandated changes to local zoning to allow duplexes, triplexes, and quadplexes on lots in …

Thanks to the Edmonds PD for recovering car My wife and I would like to express our utmost thanks to the Edmonds Police Department. Our locked 4-year-old car was stolen four days ago from our …

Letters to the Editor

Mayor, Mr. Rosen: Ball in your court on communication Please note that I am neutral in the mayor’s race and have not made any comments about either candidate. I chose not to endorse a …

Mike Nelson has made Edmonds more accessible I've noticed discourse in recent letters to the editor regarding the mayoral race and I'd like to offer my perspective. As someone with a master's …

Save the trees at Hadley Acres The cover photo of the September 28 edition ("Housing Authority offers $8.4M for 4.4 acres") made me heartsick to know that all those beautiful native evergreen …

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