Letters: Safety hurt by county spending

A recent story in the Bellevue Reporter paper reports how the county Sheriff may have to lay off 100 deputies. How come there is enough budget to replace logo on every sign owned by King County, all the stationery, and all the uniforms, but not enough to keep citizens safe?

A recent story in the Bellevue Reporter paper reports how the county Sheriff may have to lay off 100 deputies. How come there is enough budget to replace logo on every sign owned by King County, all the stationery, and all the uniforms, but not enough to keep citizens safe?

While he was a great man, Martin Luther King Jr. had nothing to do with King County. Unfortunately the choice of the King County Council to honor him is reducing our safety.

Bill Hughes

Bellevue


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