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The proposed MICA building presents citizens with some puzzling arithmetic problems.
Most people in the U.S. are recognizing the challenges presented by Alzheimer’s disease. While the funding to find a cure is woefully short, that may soon change.
Why does our 41st District state Sen. Steve Litzow not support our schools?
Reader hopes any action taken is a decision by council members to resolve all of the “key issues” before the lease is signed.
No one disputes MICA is a new organization and currently lacks the funding to build or operate the building. My concern is if MICA cannot pay its bills that the city will be forced to cover the loss, as MICA will sit squarely on a city park.
If the MICA president can misstate obvious fact, what other less obvious and less easily verifiable “facts” has he misrepresented?
There have been many passionate arguments both for and against building a Center for the Arts at Mercerdale Park, and I hope to provide a different perspective because of my unique experience as an artist and longtime member of the community.
The Town Center is on its way to being an ugly enclave with sky-obscuring six- and seven-story buildings and no attractive commons.
"The council needs new thinking" to solve persisting problems, letter writer says.
Bassett understands benefit of city-school board association; Challengers’ policies best for Island.
Hochberg understands state and federal funding issues; Drinkwater’s talents will benefit School Board.
Mercer Island is transforming from a " bedroom community to a mini-urban area."
"Save Our Suburbs is not anti-change or anti-development."
"We need this kind of support for the childhood immunization."
Recent "proposed changes do not seem to reflect the needs of our community."
MICA site under consideration is an acre of public park land adjacent to the Mercer Island Town Center.
"Hearing public concerns and ideas is an important first step."
"Sound Transit’s 'time out' is simply a concerted tactic in self‐preservation by delaying critical decisions until after the election."
Plans for the Town Center sound like "a real winner."
"The silent majority wants new shops, new jobs, new restaurants, new housing and new grocery stores."
Letter writer believes that the park should be preserved and enjoyed by present and future citizens.
Mayor's actions to find replacement for Council seat are questionable.
Increasing multifamily homes will not undermine community attributes, writes Island business owner.