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Agreements Approved at NSD School Board Meeting

  • Written by Kara Roth

As the school year is winding down, the Northshore School District (NSD) School Board is still hard at work at their twice a month meetings.  At the June 10 meeting, the Board approved the tentative 2019-21 agreements between the District and the Northshore Assistant Superintendents, Chief Officers, and Executive Directors (NASCOED); Northshore Association of School Administrators (NASA); and Northshore Non-Represented Administrative Personnel (NNRAP).  The new agreements provide for an increase in base salaries.  Superintendent Dr. Michelle Reid assured the Board that there is budget capacity to maintain the increases in pay. 

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Growth Expected to Continue in Northshore School District

  • Written by Kara Roth

The Northshore School District (NSD) staff shared the growth projections for the district with the School Board at the June 10 Study Session.

NSD provides annually an updated six-year Capital Facilities Plan (CFP) as required by the Washington State Growth Management Act, the codes of King and Snohomish Counties and the cities of Bothell, Kenmore and Woodinville. 

The report provides enrollment projections for the next six years.  The report also provides guidance to the various governmental agencies on impact fees.  Impact fees are fees collected from new development within the district by each municipality.

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The Seafair Pirates Are Coming to Bothell

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Not only will your kids be bouncing on an obstacle Bouncy House, get their face painted, and enjoy a balloon animal, they will be awed by the “real life” pirates from Seafair.  These well-known pirates will be at the Seafair sanctioned event on July 4th, right after the Bothell downtown parade.  Founded in 1949, the Seafair Pirates are a dedicated group who take their roles as pirates seriously. You won’t want to miss the lively pirate banter, maybe a few argghs and fun photo ops. Just follow the pirates and the balloons to the Northshore Senior Center at 10201 E. Riverside Drive – across the slough bridge.
 
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Beverage Ordinance Still Under Review

  • Written by Kara Roth
The June 12 public hearing for the King County Beverage Ordinance (Ordinance number 2018-0241) required the overflow space to be utilized to handle all of the people in attendance.  The proposed ordinance would allow tasting rooms to be placed on rural lands within King County with changes to parking requirements, hours of operation, events allowed as outlined in the ordinance.  The full proposed ordinance and related studies can be found at https://kingcounty.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=3488987&GUID=C06F6D4A-A59E-422E-AF8B-AF39AD24762B.
 
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The Schoolhouse District Groundbreaking

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
The City of Woodinville with partners, MainStreet Property Group and HAL Real Estate, invite the community to the official groundbreaking ceremony for The Schoolhouse District on Wednesday, June 19 from 8:30 to 9:30 am on-site at 17401 133rd Ave NE, Woodinville, WA 98072. The ceremony offers an opportunity to see all of the construction activity, to participate in the hand print time capsule, and to break ground on the long-awaited 3.3-acre project in the heart of downtown Woodinville.

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