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Snohomish County agencies urge residents to prepare for cold weather

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Quick tips to keep you safe and healthy this winter

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash. – Get Frosty’s wardrobe ready because snowflakes are in the forecast. The Snohomish Health District, Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management, and Medical Reserve Corps have teamed up to provide one place for weather-related preparedness information.

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At Bothell mosque, gathering to look ahead

  • Written by Tom James, News Writer

From the outside, the only signs of the crowd packing the Islamic Center of Bothell, Saturday, Nov. 19, were the steamy windows along the front of the building.

As guests came and went, puffs of warm air rolled out the door with them into the chilly November afternoon. Inside, the entryway was flanked on one side by a sea of shoes, removed in a sign of respect for the traditions of Islam, and on the other a long table filled with coffee, donuts and fruit.

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Northshore schools change start times, calendar

  • Written by Tom James, News Writer

Following recommendations from a prominent medical association, the Northshore School Board voted late Tuesday night to push school start times back 25 minutes at schools across the district – and left the option open to revise start times again as early as 2018.

The board also set calendars for two academic years, out to the 2018-2019 school year.

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DeYoung Park open house on Dec. 5 to gain community inspiration for park revamp

  • Written by City of Woodinville

WOODINVILLE – The city of Woodinville, along with design consultants SiteWorkshop, will host a community workshop to gather design ideas for the future of DeYoung Park.

The workshop will take place on Monday, December 5, from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. in Haggen Foods (located in the shopping center near Ross, Starbucks, Chipotle, etc. at 17641 Garden Way NE in the Café area of the grocery store).

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City will tag non-compliant signs during the first week of December

  • Written by City of Woodinville

WOODINVILLE – The Development Services Department at the city of Woodinville will conduct a “sign sweep” during the first week of December to identify and place stickers on temporary business signs that are out of compliance with the Woodinville Municipal Code. The process will focus on education: informational stickers will be placed on signs found to be in violation of the sign code.

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