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Letters to the Editor: September 2017

The Editor: To the gentleman who thinks I have an “agenda:” I’m pretty sure I stated specifically that had I been closer I would have schooled the person in question on the … more

Letters to the Editor August 2017

The Editor: I mislaid my cell phone while visiting the Point for the day in early July. Retracing my steps brought no joy and the Canadian customs officer I stopped in to see on my … more

Letters to the Editor: July 2017

The Editor:  Several weeks ago I attended the flag-raising ceremony at the marina for the start of the summer season. I was appalled when the American flag was raised and a Canadian … more

Letters to the Editor: June 2017

The Editor: A big thank you to the residents of Point Roberts, and the Point Roberts Garden Club members for a very successful plant sale held on Saturday, May … more

Letters to the Editor: May 2017

The Editor: On Thursday, April 6, the Seattle Times reported thousands of defects found on rail lines hauling crude oil. Nearly 24,000 safety defects were found on routes in 44 … more

Letters to the Editor: April 2017

The Editor: So here we go again… the Point Roberts Gentrification Brigade strikes again. Whatever happened to “live and let live?” It’s upsetting to read once again of people … more

Letters Policy

Letters Policy: The All Point Bulletin welcomes letters to the editor. Please include name, address and daytime telephone number for verification. Letters are limited to 450 words and may be … more

Letters to the Editor: March 2017

The Editor: Last month's PRAC meeting was well attended and I was heartened to see so many new faces at the meeting. It quickly became very clear that attendees were there to express … more

Letters to the Editor: February 2017

The Editor: A number of us would like to proclaim, in resonance with individuals and groups around the world, that February 1-7, 2017 is World Interfaith Harmony Week here on the Point. The … more

Letters to the Editor: January 2017

The Editor: I wish to thank all who supported the 2016 Christmas Gift Faire at the community center, December 3 and 4. Thanks to everyone who came out to enjoy the fair, those who … more

Letters to the Editor December 2016

The Editor:  Do you enjoy going for walks, playing backgammon or cribbage, chess or checkers, afternoon tea or baking? If you do, then Point Roberts Circle of Care would like to … more

Letters to the Editor

The Editor: The November All Point Bulletin is out now and I see that there are a bunch of “Letters to the Editor” about the new library.  I hope that … more

Letters to the Editor: November 2016

The Editor: The proposed $300K library levy proposed by the Point Roberts Park and Recreation District poses a real problem. Personally, I am in favor of the library project; … more

Letters to the Editor October 2016

The Editor: The upcoming election is an important one, both nationally and locally. In Whatcom County we vote by mail. I recently was unable to obtain my ballot and called the office … more

Letters to the Editor: September 2016

The Editor: An unfortunate accident occurred on Sunday and I wish to thank Tamra and staff from the Saltwater Cafe for her quick response, and then fire chief Carleton, John Shields, … more

Letters to the Editor: August 2016

The Editor: We want to really thank the efforts of the new owners of the Point Roberts Marina for organizing both the awesome hour of July 4th fireworks and a great afternoon … more

Letters to the Editor: July 2016

The Editor: I was shocked to read Meg Olson’s article titled “Homeopath to cease practicing” in the June 2016 edition of All Point Bulletin. One thing that … more

Letters to the Editor June 2016

The Editor: Happy Summer to all the Point Roberts residents and visitors. July 4th is rapidly approaching and the excellent cooks and members of the Point Roberts Emergency Group … more

Letters to the Editor May 2016

The Editor: We who live in Point Roberts can rest easy knowing we have our fire department and their excellent first responders just a 911 phone call away. On March … more

Letters to the Editor April 2016

The Editor: What is going on in our community? Last month, a number of daffodil plantings were dug up from public roadsides. Those daffodils were not the work of industrious, … more
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