For our children

As an elected official charged with ensuring the safety and well-being of over 5,200 students in the Arlington Public Schools, I feel it is absolutely essential to our community that we continue to have a vital emergency room at Cascade Valley Hospital.

  • Wednesday, April 25, 2007 7:00pm
  • News

As an elected official charged with ensuring the safety and well-being of over 5,200 students in the Arlington Public Schools, I feel it is absolutely essential to our community that we continue to have a vital emergency room at Cascade Valley Hospital.
Accidents and children seem to go hand in hand. As a school board member, Im relieved that Cascade Valley Hospitals Emergency Room is only a minute or two away from any of our schools. Having highly trained ER doctors and nurses, and modern medical technology readily available for the diagnosis and treatment of our students is critical.
Prop. 1 is needed to ensure our local emergency room has the capacity and technology to save lives in our community. Please join me in supporting Proposition 1 on the May 15 ballot.
Kay Duskin
Arlington

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