Letters to the Editor

State lands: Didier

We are disgusted that Peter Goldmark is appalled at Clint Didier's filing for Commissioner of Public Lands. There is no law prohibiting filing for public office on the last day. If Goldmark is making the decision to eliminate coffee at board meetings, then he has no idea what delegating authority is, and he is the one who is unqualified for the job.

Goldmark has become a one-man show at the Department of Natural Resources and his actions and statements show a complete disregard for the people of Washington and their land he manages.

Goldmark is the epitome of one truly arrogant bureaucrat and needs to be replaced by Clint Didier, a real farmer and steward of the land, not a drugstore variety as Goldmark has proven to be.