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Islander meets with state legislators and discusses a path to 100 percent carbon-free energy.
Training “needs to be community wide, it should start in the schools and it should start early.”
About 180 attended event planned by Muslim Community and Neighborhood Association and local police.
“Please vote yes on the levy to protect our schools, our community and our home values.”
“It took 100 years for this majestic creature to grow, and took only 15 minutes to cut it down.”
The levy provides for approximately 20 percent of the year-to-year budget for the next four years.
On behalf of students, PTA presidents encourage Island voters to support the school levy.
Mercer Islanders continue dialogue on recent Alabama Senate election.
An idea for tolling I-90 that doesn’t penalize Mercer Island residents.
Islander responds to a letter to the editor about the recent election of Doug Jones.
“The Alabama election is over. Let’s unleash our women to address larger problems.”
A one-mile walk to commemorate the tragedy will be from 5-6:30 p.m. on Dec. 14 at Green Lake.
“Mercerdale Hillside is designated as an open space while Mercerdale Park is a community park.”
Mercer Island Parks and Recreation Department is the recipient of a 2017 MICF grant.
“Climate change and global warming together pose an existential threat to the planet.”
Islanders urge city to preserve parkland.
CCMIP co-chairs thank Islanders for donating their time and labor to care for public parkland.
Council candidate Benson Wong thanks supporters, looks forward to second term.
I would like to make a clarification to a letter to the editor that appeared in the Nov. 1 issue, in connection with an exhibit… Continue reading
Kudos to the city of Mercer Island and the Mercer Island Center for the Arts for agreeing to leave Mercerdale Park alone and build a… Continue reading