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Letters to the Editor: Nov. 6, 2019

Zieve’s wife weighs in I have a suggestion for Mukilteo Chamber of Commerce and anyone involved with our local political debates. How about supplying the candidates with debate questions before the debate? I feel it would benefit everyone – the...

 

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 30

Forum fallout speaks volumes In reading Brandon Gustafson's article about the candidate forum held at Rosehill Community Center on Oct. 23, I am astounded at the finger pointing by both candidate Peter Zieve and Lynnwood Times Publisher Mario Lotmore...

 

Peter Zieve caught with forum questions

When a question about diversifying the City of Mukilteo's budget was asked to Mukilteo City Council Position 6 candidates at the Wednesday, Oct. 23, candidate forum, Peter Zieve snapped off some...

 

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 23

Lord gives election recommendations It’s near the end of October, with the general election right around the corner. Once again, I wanted to weigh in on my recommendations for the local races affecting the citizens of Mukilteo. After 24 years of...

 

Next issue is last for election letters

Next week’s issue of The Beacon (Wednesday, Oct. 30) will be the last issue for election endorsement letters as our next issue comes out the day after ballots are due. Letters have a 400-word limit, and must have a full name, address, and phone...

 

Zieve caught with forum questions

When a question about diversifying the City of Mukilteo's budget was asked to Mukilteo City Council Position 6 candidates at the Wednesday, Oct. 23, Candidate Forum, Peter Zieve snapped off some... Full story

 

Ballots mailed this week: What's on it?

The Nov. 5 general election will be here before you know it. Today (Wednesday, Oct. 16), all Snohomish County voter pamphlets were mailed to registered voters. Tomorrow, ballots will be sent out. Mukilteo has been one of the leaders in voter turnout...

 

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 16, 2019

Vote for Elisabeth Crawford I’m voting for Elisabeth Crawford for City Council Position 6 because she possesses the intelligence, ideals and vision to represent the future of Mukilteo. Elisabeth and her husband Paul have lived in our community for...

 

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 9

Zieve is the clear choice I had heard of Peter Zieve for the first time I moved in Mukilteo over 10 years ago through his business of aerospace technology. I discovered his company and involvement in the community and being a leader in helping lots...

 

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 2

Appreciation for sign cleanup As a 15-year resident of Mukilteo and someone who's worked in Mukilteo for over 30 years, I've always appreciated how nice and clean this community is, one of the reasons for moving here. Because of that, I just wanted...

 

Letters to the Editor

A short history on city councils Mukilteo faces a ballot measure in November on local self-government: administration by council or by mayor. Council administration may be considered a modern form of governance, but historically, councils are the...

 

Policy for election season

With election season here, we want readers to be aware of some guidelines for publishing letters to the editor. We will allow for one letter endorsing a single candidate through the election. We will not publish multiple letters from a single writer...

 

Letters to the Editor

Loving the signs The new 25 mph white signs painted on the Goat Trail Loop Road are wonderful! Now we need them on Fifth Street (Mukilteo Boulevard), Mukilteo Lane, and really all the streets in Old Town. For visitors and residents, a reminder that e...

 

Letters to the Editor

More thumbs up for Stoltz Kudos to Kevin Stoltz for his recent Guest View article “Let’s talk airplane noise” in the Aug. 21, 2019 Mukilteo Beacon. We have experienced a few months of the increased commercial airport noise at Paine Field and...

 

Letters to the Editor

Votes are in; remove your signs The primary election is over. Votes are in. It would sure be nice if campaign signs littering our streets would be out. Susan Davison Mukilteo Zieve temporarily pulling signs There was a request on Next Door that...

 

Letters to the Editor: It's political season!

I support Gregerson Our mayor, Jennifer Gregerson, is running for the Snohomish County Council seat District 2, vacated by Brian Sullivan, who was another of this City’s best mayors. In the past few months, she has held her head high in the face... Full story

 

Letters to the Editor

Schmalz throws support behind Melnichenko Hey Mukilteo voters! The primary is only a few days away, and I am voting for Kristina Melnichenko for Mukilteo City Council (Position 7) and I am asking you to do the same. Kristina is smart, and her...

 

Letters to the Editor: Election season

Change Mukilteo’s government Thank you for publishing the candidate statements regarding positions on our city's form of government. I was interested to see the opinions of former Mayor Joe Marine, Councilmember Richard Emery, and Mr. Peter... Full story

 

Letters to the Editor

WSF fares need increase, and thoughts on the campaign trail Thanks for your story on the Washington State Ferries fare increase (“Ferry riders could see fare bumps over next year,” July 3 edition). I conditionally support this, provided some...

 

Zieve campaign signs destroyed over weekend

As with any political season, campaign signs are going to get removed, knocked over, snapped, thrown away, and so on. The first target of that behavior was Peter Zieve, who is running for Mukilteo...

 

Letters to the Editor

Political attacks on freedom There is a threat to our democratic process skulking about in the dark in Mukilteo. It is not immigration, a religion, a meddling foreign power or a political party; it is hatred and fear. Hundreds of thousands of... Full story

 

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Students deserve free menstrual products in school bathrooms Even in a presidential election cycle with a historic number of highly qualified women candidates, a problem that continues to go unaddressed by any major candidate for president is the ong...

 

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City’s government should stay the same With all the infighting, wasted time and money, as well as bitter antics of the Mukilteo City Council this past year, why would we want a council-appointed mayor? I, for one, want the citizens of Mukilteo to... Full story

 

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Candidates should limit number of campaign signs I have the honor and opportunity of running for Mukilteo Council again and have an idea to not clutter our community, and a challenge to all candidates for our council this year. Each campaign season,... Full story

 

Letters to the Editor

Pleased with council discussion I was pleased to see the City Council discussing changing the city’s form of government at their worksession on April 22 and they decided to continue their discussion on May 20 when the public can have an...

 

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