Letters

  1. Letters: Fact Check: Oops, OP&L got it wrong

    Oly Power & Light has had a strong commitment to factual reporting since it began. To that end, I must report a factual error that I have now read twice…

  2. Letters: Women’s shelter needs volunteers

    On November 1st the Interfaith Works Women’s shelter will be moving from Bread and Roses to First Christian Church. We are so grateful to First Christian for stepping up in…

  3. Letters 10-16-13

    Darren Mills is a breath of fresh air   Some people focus on problems, and some people focus on solutions. I’ve gotten to know Darren Mills quite well over the…

  4. Letters: Pedal Heads correction & pushback from the plastic bag industry

    Pedal Heads I enjoyed your report of the Pedal Heads and the Capitol Forest Classic races. Nice to see young and old sharing an enthusiasm. In the story you refer…

  5. Letters 9-4-13: People’s House and Deschutes Estuary

    Statement In Support of The People’s House   We, the following Downtown Olympia businesses, are writing this statement in support of The People’s House Project. As community members who own…

  6. Letters 7-24-13

    I would like to thank Tibor for his letter in the last issue of OP&L. Three years into the Olympia Food Co-op’s boycott of Israel, his letter got me thinking…

  7. Letters

    To The Editor, I attended a forum advertised as a collaboration between the Olympia Food Coop and the Olympia Library on July 29th. “Co-op Principles in Action” written in bold. The…

  8. Letters 5-1-13

    As is my way, I’ve picked up and enjoyed reading the latest OP&L. However, I take exception to a comment made in the editorial about Evergreen. The Evergreen grads who…

  9. Letters: Gentrification is distinct from revitalization

    gentrification  – the restoration of run-down urban areas by the middle class resulting in the displacement of low-income residents. Too often, I hear people use the word gentrification incorrectly to…

  10. St. Peter’s Hospital responds to our 1/23 article…

    From Deborah Shawver, Director, Public Relations, Providence St. Peter Hospital I am writing in response to your recent article about Providence St. Peter Hospital [in the January 23 issue]. We’re…