We live at the entrance to Reintree just off Woodinville-Duvall Road. There is a flower bed below the wall which labels the neighborhood. There have been, for this whole year, lovely decorations depicting all the holidays.
Liz Aspen had been a long-time friend of Woodinville well before her appointment to the Parks and Recreation Commission in 1998. When she came before the Council in 1998 to interview for the Commission, she hit the ball out of the park. It was the unanimous opinion of the Council at the time that she was the most qualified commissioner we had ever seen. In fact, when she finally decided to run for election to the Council many citizens said, “Liz, it is about time!”
Thank you so much to Molbak’s and all the contributors to the beautiful Christmas tree at Molbak’s! My husband and I caught sight of it when we were out to dinner the other night in Woodinville. You can see it from most anywhere in Woodinville and followed it to Molbak’s parking lot. We sat and gazed at the tree and all the beautiful lights. I felt like I was in Whoville! With gratitude, Kathleen Johansen
DUVALL FLOOD Congratulations to Lisa Allen for researching and writing such a wonderful piece on the flood of 1990. That article expertly records what happens when a rural community gets together to help each other in an emergency. Thank you for reminding us of those events and portraying them in such a professional way while still capturing the human interest of it. Brendan Woodward Woodinville
I just want to thank you for the story of the Duvall flood of 25 years ago. It was very interesting. I lived there then and remember what happened, so really appreciate the story by Lisa Allen. Excellent job. I made copies and sent to my kids who remember it too. Gloria Judd Woodinville