Public sites should provide opportunities
I’ve grown weary of the woes of the wealthy and their self indulgences in the case of John Olerud and now Lake Burien [“Lake Burien: The public lake you can’t use,” page one, Feb. 18]. What gives?
Homeowners and their friends have access and usage of public waters that the general populous does not. [Robbie] Howell’s righteous attitude of “some have it, some don’t,” is why there are public parks and waterways for those people who do not own lake-view property.
–Mark Hoffman, Lynnwood