Committee appointed to work on civic campus planning
A broad-based collection of individuals has been selected, nominated, and "volunteered" to start to determine the needs and uses for a Woodinville Civic Center Campus.
Down and Dirty 'almost perfect,' organizers say
Volunteers of all ages spent Saturday, Nov. 18 planting native trees as part of "Get Down and Dirty with Water Tenders, Part II." The tree planters were windblown and muddy but elated as they completed their efforts.
King County passes 1996 budget, merges Metro and county
Increasing police protection to unincorporated areas, restoring funding to human service programs, and providing funding for new initiatives in technology and natural resources, the Metropolitan King County Council passed their 1996 budget 12-1.
No injuries in fire near Woodinville High
The wood frame or combustibles near the fireplace vent caused a fire that turned half of a three-bedroom rambler into cinders.
City wants input on Draft Comprehensive Plan
The City of Woodinville soon be asking its citizens to give their ideas about how they want the city to grow, progress and change, from transportation and affordable housing issues to parks and recreation.
Coalition fighting UPDs kicks off campaign
The newly-formed Coalition for Public Trust (CPT) held its first meeting Nov. 21, giving an update on their collective efforts to fight the Urban Planned Developments northeast of Redmond: Blakely Ridge and Northridge.
DNS issued for sports club facilities ordinance
King County's Department of Development and Environmental Services (DDES) has determined that the county’s proposed Sports Club Facilities Ordinance will not affect the environment and has given it a determination of non-significance.
Northshore Health-Safety district prioritizes four problem areas
The Northshore-Shoreline Community Health and Safety Network is looking for some projects and some people to help with them.