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Election, Puget Sound, QFC and more | Letters to the Editor

Cash back: My 50 cents worth I was just shopping at the QFC in Edmonds, and was surprised to learn that the store has started charging 50 cents when you ask for cash back with your debit card...

 

The 2019 general election | Letters to the Editor

New source of revenue for the Beacon? Given the length of several letters in recent issues of the Beacon, perhaps they should be moved to a "guest editorial" or "guest opinion" section? Or ... you cou...

 

We get election letters | Letters to the Editor

Where is the real intolerance? The article in the Oct. 3 Edmonds Beacon about the controversy at King's Schools "Our humanity is intertwined") was well-written and for the most part presented both...

 

Election endorsements, CRISTA, bike lanes | Letters to the Editor

Editor's note: The following letter, which ran last week, had an incorrect headline. Because of that, we are running it again, in addition to the response to the letter. The Beacon apologizes for the...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    August 29, 2019

Housing Commission members are appointed

The people spoke, and now 15 of them – out of 135 applicants – have been appointed to Edmonds' new Citizens' Housing Commission. The list includes eight alternates. Members are organized by area...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    July 16, 2019

Beacon forum: Edmonds mayoral candidates speak out on issues

There are four candidates who want to be Edmonds’ next mayor, but only two will move on after the Aug. 6 primary and advance to the Nov. 5 general election. Current Mayor Dave Earling is not...

 

Edmonds housing plan should represent true Edmonds stakeholders | Guest View Edmonds

We applaud the Edmonds City Council’s decision to create a new Citizens Housing Commission. If fairly and thoughtfully formed, this new Commission could help make Edmonds become the city that did...

 

Pokémon Go, poop, mysterious local group | Letters to the Editor

Here’s how Pokémon Go works She wishes someone would explain the game to her? (“Pokemon Go: Looking up in Edmonds,” Moment’s Notice, Feb. 28). OK. We walk around town, enjoying the reality of our beautiful Edmonds waterfront, all of our publ...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    January 24, 2019

Mike Nelson wants to be next mayor of Edmonds

When Edmonds City Councilmember Mike Nelson ran to maintain his seat in 2015, Mayor Dave Earling was among those endorsing him. Now, Nelson and Earling may be facing off in an election to see who...

 

Citizen group to advise director on housing strategy

One of the top citizen concerns of the embattled City of Edmonds’ draft housing strategy centered on its task force, which included a real estate developer, real estate agent and a consortium of...

 
 By Brian Soergel    News    October 27, 2017

2 City Council seats are up for grabs in Edmonds

All three incumbent Edmonds City Council members whose terms expire at the end of the year – Kristiana Johnson, Mike Nelson and Adrienne Fraley-Monillas – are up for re-election. Nelson was appointe...

 
 By Laura Daniali    News    October 22, 2015

Uncontested candidate raises most campaign cash

Political campaigns – from national to local races – are a numbers game with candidates vying to raise the most money and reach the most voters. In the City of Edmonds, Mayor Dave Earling takes the prize for raising the most in campaign donations...

 

Council applicants go the distance in marathon meeting

The Beacon will introduce the 10 applicants for the Edmonds City Council vacancy in alphabetical order in two parts in this issue and the Feb. 26 issue. – Ed. In a six-hour marathon meeting, the Edmonds City Council interviewed all 10 applicants on...

 

2014 Year in Review | Part 2

July Commotion around locomotion The topic of trains in Edmonds causes quite a stir – bringing on complaints of noise, concerns about the amount of coal and oil being transported, and questions...

 

Letters to the Editor for week of 11-03-2011

We need Joan Bloom Editor: No more good-ole boy club! The people of Edmonds need transparent and responsible leadership in their city council. We need council members who aren’t career politicians and that are truly interested in our...

 

Q & A: Council candidates talk issues

Diane Buckshnis What’s right in Edmonds? Edmonds is unique in many ways that makes our town a desirable place to live and raise a family. Citizens that choose to call Edmonds home are attracted...

 
 By Pat Ratliff    News    January 21, 2010

Buckshnis fills vacant council seat

The Edmonds City Council chose Diane Buckshnis on Tuesday to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Peggy Pritchard Olson. The decision, which typically takes a number of ballots to achieve the required four votes, came surprisingly quickly....

 

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