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Double Vision: city, Molbak’s imagine future of downtown: City’s public meetings to be step toward new development rules

  • Written by Tom James, News Writer

Even as the first phase of one major visioning project was winding down last week, another was just gearing up.

The two parallel-but-separate efforts are initiatives on the part of the City Council and one of Woodinville’s most prominent land owners, Jens Molbak, aimed at answering a common question: as the waves of the region’s economic surge wash over what was once a sleepy town, what shape will the city’s growing center take?

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Threat closes Inglemoor High School

  • Written by Tom James, News Writer

Police call online post culmination of string of vitriol

Northshore School District authorities closed Inglemoor High School Wednesday after an online threat against the school.
School administrators decided early Wednesday morning to close the school, a district spokesperson said in a written statement the same day. The school re-opened the following day with an increased security presence.

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Innovative approach to culvert work avoids long-term road closure in Woodinville

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Two-year project to build a buried bridge under SR 202 has begun

WOODINVILLE – To replace a narrow culvert and avoid a long-term road closure on State Route 202/131st Avenue Northeast in Woodinville, Washington State Department of Transportation design engineers have come up with an unusual solution: build an underground bridge.

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