Evidently, the San Juan Island Quakers haven't gotten in tune with that 'ol saying, that no good deed goes unpunished. For good deeds, they're doling out praise, instead...read on:
I was further dismayed to read that the assessor feels Island Rec is liable for the overage. We teach our kids to take responsibility for their actions. So take responsibility, county of San Juan. You messed up. You pay the bill.
While a recent press release from hospital district officials starts off claiming to respect the voters’ decision, it quickly descends into a series of likely retributions we voters have apparently brought upon ourselves.
Dog owners need to take responsibility for their animals. The lack of concern for fellow islanders is appalling.
The oops should be paid out of his retirement and not by the families of this island. Oh, but wait, there’s never any accountability for error here anyway.
First, we will try to maintain essential services despite our current financial constraints. We will further scrutinize every dollar we spend. Second, in an effort to maintain essential services...
I am pleased and proud to continue to serve as your County Clerk. I enjoy my work and am dedicated to maintaining the reliability of the Superior Court records, as well as fulfilling all of my office’s statutory and mandated duties.
Would that vote have been the same if in the public mind EMS were not a part of Peace Health Inc.? I don’t think so.
Dave and Nadine want to let the community know the benefit was a financial success and they truly appreciate and are humbled by the generosity of the community. Proceeds from the benefit will go towards expenses associated with his battle against cancer.
With the proposed increase in shipping coal, crude oil, and natural gas through our island waterways (on tankers two or more times larger than the Simushir), are we just hoping to get lucky, too? Or will we be prepared?
More than 200 people from San Juan, Orcas and Lopez engaged the candidates and issue representatives in lively discussion.
The high school community dinner is part of the successful Food for Thought program, headed by Chef Andy and Liz Varvaro, who provide the leadership for the culinary students at FHHS. Don’t miss the next, Wednesday, Nov. 5. You won’t be disappointed.
Your bullet went through my house... I can fix the damages you inflicted, we were lucky. So were you.