Lawsuits filed against GMA board, King County
The Coalition for Public Trust and Friends of the Law, two grassroots organizations fighting the two urban planned developments (UPDs) on Novelty Hill, jointly filed a lawsuit against King County on Jan. 9.
Panel on toll roads at Maltby Forum
The Maltby Forum will host a panel discussion Jan. 19, 7:30 p.m., at the Maltby Community Club on "The Toll Road Projects: Their History, Their Intent, Their Costs, and Their Benefits."
Transportation committee to address King County road safety
King County road safety will be the focus of the Metro County Council Transportation Committee on Jan. 18, at 9:30 a.m., in Council Chambers on the fourth floor of the King County Courthouse.
Civic Center Committee plans to make recommendations to council
Following two months of diligent work, community leaders once again approached the public for input on Woodinville's proposed civic center.
Proclamation honors Wellington student
Through the efforts of young Ben Lawrence, an 11-year-old Wellington Elementary student, 380 coats, 35 hats, and eight pairs of mittens for children in need were collected during the past holiday season.
City's appeal of Snohomish County Comp Plan to be heard Jan. 16
Since last fall, Woodinville city staff have been working to protect the potential annexation of Grace, as it could be effectively blocked by the "Urban Reserve" designation in Snohomish County's Comprehensive Plan.
Woodinville sign again welcomes visitors
The newly repaired "Welcome to Woodinville" sign went up last week, once again inviting visitors to enjoy "Country Living, City Style."
McAuliffe helps lead the charge to eliminate state property tax
OLYMPIA--Senate Democrats approved a 5 percent cut in the state property tax during the first week of the 1996 legislative session.
Intercity 'Rail Options' report released
The Options for Passenger Rail in the Pacific Northwest Rail Corridor report has been released by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT).
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