Based on the responses in the recent Daily World article (Candidates Tackle Aberdeen’s Business Climate, June 25) it’s abundantly clear Bill Simpson is not the person to lead Aberdeen.
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Grays Harbor Transit’s stingy little helping of weekend service is an insult to all of us living outside of Aberdeen and Hoquiam who voted to increase the transit system’s funding.
The family of Mary Jo Bohren would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone for the support during the passing of our Mom. We really appreciated all of the cards, flowers, phone calls, visits and the donations made in Mom’s name. We would like to thank the Satsop United Methodist Church for the wonderful celebration of life and K Bramstedt for speaking and for visiting Mom in the hospital. Also a special thank you to Tiffany Kelly for the programs and helping prepare and show the slide presentation.
Many thanks to Jim Walsh’s opinion column on June 25 for “stepping back” (his words) and directly addressing the squishy nature of what is being passed as today’s truths.
The traffic lights behind the Southside Swanson’s at Boone and Scott in Aberdeen have people run the red lights all the time.
Daily I hear the citizens of Grays Harbor, and especially of Aberdeen, whine, cry and wring their hands about how bad the economy is, no jobs for them or their children, no money to run the city/county, and on and on. And then I read The Daily World (no I don’t do on-line) and wonder why? You are getting exactly what you ask for, vote for, and/or allow to happen due to your apathy.
I have been wondering lately what the ramifications would be if the City of Hoquiam just issued a press release saying that, in granting the permission to site the oil storage facilities in Hoquiam, it made an error in judgment.
Jim Walsh’s June 25 guest opinion column in The Daily World is very good. However, Mr. Walsh fails to include himself in his list of Saul Alinsky’s followers — he has learned from Mr. Alinsky as well.
Hoquiam is looking great after the flood.
I am part of the Wishkah Valley cheerleading team. One of our squad’s objectives for this year has been to bring more awareness to the dangers of teenage drinking and driving. We feel this is too important not to address. We have been raising awareness for the last few years and feel it has really benefited our school and students. We have painted banners, made fliers, designed a memory board at our school of those who have been affected by drunk driving and made a commitment poster for students to sign.
As an Independent I would like to reach out to both sides of the voting isle.
I am writing in regards to forest land closures.
I enjoy the forward look of your newspaper. The newspaper is very important for our community.
Why don’t the city and the Seaport work together to establish a visitor’s center at the seaport site?
I have multiple concerns about the City of Aberdeen. We have a serious drug problem! A needle exchange program with over 650,000 a year — we have a problem. Those are the ones exchanged not the ones left in the parks, school grounds and streets. The Thunderbird Hotel is another example of the problems we have here in Aberdeen related to drugs. The drug problem brings with it other side effects, such as robbery, theft and prostitution. I hope the citizens of this community are committed to solving our problems. We can only increase our chances of success if we take this election season seriously.