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Woodinville has a new ballot drop box

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

The Metropolitan King County Council approved a plan for the Department of Elections to place ballot drop boxes in neighborhoods throughout King County. Woodinville’s new ballot drop box is located at the Woodinville Library and is open for the August primary election. All residents are welcome to use any drop box.

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Council responds to gate controversy, but promised study not yet started

  • Written by Tom James, News Writer

Following a sustained campaign over recent months by residents, the City Council Tuesday directed the public works department to put together a proposal for pedestrian safety improvements near Wellington Elementary – even as another promised study on pedestrian safety appeared to have been postponed.

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Bryant visits Bothell, Clearview

  • Written by Tom James, News Writer

Bill Bryant made at least two stops in Snohomish Wednesday, at Bothell and in Clearview, north of Woodinville.

At the Clearview Community Association, an audience of about 40 people received Bryant warmly as he touted one of his signature proposals: no new regulations.

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Complaint over pride colors spurs clampdown, chalk protest

  • Written by Tom James, News Writer

A few complaints over a gay pride decoration were all it took to close down a beloved Woodinville tradition.

As part of a series of events that went viral last week after social media posts were picked up by a local TV station, the city of Woodinville Monday cleared decorations from the fish sculpture at the corner of Woodinville Way and the Woodinville-Duvall Road. City Manager Brandon Buchanan also declared that no more decorations would be allowed at the site, ending a longstanding tradition in the city.

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