Dale Knapinski sworn in as newly elected commissioner

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Dale Knapinski by Paul ClineAt the December 3 regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners for Woodinville Water District, newly elected commissioner Dale Knapinski was sworn in by the district’s attorney, John Milne.

Dale Knapinski is 60 years old and has been a Woodinville area resident for 33 years. He is married and has two children and three grandchildren. 

He has been a general construction contractor since 1981 and has supervised and managed many projects during his career, including commercial and residential building remodels and side sewer and residential water service installations. 

In addition to his construction work, he was a licensed realtor with MacPherson’s Realty in Woodinville for a number of years. 

Knapinski’s past work experience includes working as a machinist, a fabrication plant foreman and machining instructor. 

He was also the owner of appliance stores, including a location in Woodinville. 

Knapinski spent six years as a volunteer Kirkland firefighter at Station 25 on Finn Hill and volunteered in the past as a Big Brother.  

Hs interests include preserving natural resources, protecting the Sammamish Valley and serving his community as an elected official.

The public is welcome to attend all board of commissioners meetings, which are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month in the district’s public meeting room, located at 17238 NE Woodinville-Road, Woodinville in Building A. 

Each meeting begins at 5 p.m. Agendas are posted online the Friday prior to the board meeting at  

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