We are freshman at Mercer Island High School and recently finished a drive collecting items for Youthcare.
While at Crossroads Mall, I was surprised—and pleased—to see table of volunteers from the Washington Toxics Coalition (WTC) talking to shoppers and gathering post cards supporting the Toxic Free Kids and Families Act.
We are all happy about winning better, more spacious school facilities for kids, but keep in mind that it was a zero sum game for kids on North Mercer Campus.
The letter written Feb. 26 to support the approval of the Coval plat is misleading in many ways.
Next in line to speak at the City Council meeting, time for public comment from ‘citizens of record’ had run out.
On behalf of everyone involved in the campaign effort, thank you Islanders for coming together and being united in approving these vital measures.
In the last few years nearly all of childcare for children under two years has vanished from the Island, leaving mostly Country Village and Stroum Jewish Community Center to fill that need.
Change is inevitable. Change, however, as the city council knows, must be regulated to ensure that it is consistent and compatible with the existing character of this island and its park-like neighborhoods.
Citizens group say more time needed to balance the project with Island values
We honor all the armed services, and rightly so, but do we ever mention the heroic men of the American Merchant Marine?