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August 5, 2014 at 7:04 AM

Dexter right turns: City kowtowing to bicyclists

The city’s decision to prohibit right turns from Dexter Avenue onto Mercer is a stark illustration of its disconnection with and outright disdain for the large majority of taxpayers ["Seattle slaps right-turn ban on busy Dexter-Mercer intersection," Local News, Aug. 3]. For all we know, this might be good traffic engineering. But to implement…

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Comments | More in bicycling | Topics: bicycling, Charles Pluckhahn, cyclists

March 25, 2014 at 6:35 PM

Cougar killings: Seattleites can’t lecture about living in danger

I find it hard to agree with letter writer David Glenn’s willingness to dismiss the concerns that people in Twisp have about cougars near their town [“Attacks happen when living close to nature,” Northwest Voices, March 24]. From his comfortable and rather smug perch in Seattle, he lectures the people of Twisp about the…

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Comments | More in animals | Topics: Charles Pluckhahn, Cougars, David Glenn