Chris Watson's letter on Nov. 22 is both interesting and amusing. His reason for the road being built is progress. Who can be against that...
I'd like to take a crack at answering Chris Watson's excellent question (from Nov. 30) of why Juneau isn't seeing gas prices drop as quickly as the rest of the country. The...
...spoke out on Election Day and voted that he and the Legislature could not touch it and yet here he is taking it anyway totally against what we declared. I, for one, cannot wait for the next election to vote him out. Chris Watson Juneau
...and explain to all of the homeless men, women and children why he can spend so much to have a jet while funds for them are being cut all the time. I hope he enjoys it for the last year that he will be able to use it. Chris Watson Juneau
...of bad design that the city wastes our tax dollars on, you can bet that I for one will not vote to extend any sales tax, and I ask every other voter (except for the north side of Douglas, of course) to do the same. Chris Watson Juneau
...both Haines and Skagway take for granted, the freedom to travel without having to pay a huge toll to do so. Would it hurt Haines? Maybe some. Would it help Skagway? I think it would a lot but that's just progress. Chris Watson Juneau
...across the country as alternatives to four-way stop-sign and red-light intersections. South Douglas resident Chris Watson said he has driven on roundabouts before but never seen them used in congested areas where traffic comes predominately...
...families, whether it is in meat or cash. If one were to boycott every business that in some way or another has an owner, family member or employee that hunts, then I am afraid Martin might find not too many places to shop. Chris Watson Juneau
...out of your town. I wonder how many of you just jump on the ferry to go to Anchorage. Not many, I would bet. But hey, even if some of you do, at least you have the option. All we ask is to have that same option. Chris Watson Juneau
...Since then prices have dropped sharply to a national average of $2.15 a gallon." So I ask again, why are the gas prices the same as the day the first hurricane hit and why has the governor not done any thing about it? Chris Watson Juneau
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