Hearings set on proposed oil pipeline
The Washington State Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council (EFSEC) will hold public meetings to receive public comment on the scope of an environmental impact statement (EIS) for a proposed petroleum products pipeline.
Redmond Councilman speaks against UPDs at hearing
The public, attorneys, and developers involved with the Blakely Ridge and Northridge developments stepped up to the mike again at the hearing regarding two ordinances that would shift the urban planned developments (UPDs) into fully-contained communities (FCCs).
Two UPD lawsuits filed
While legislative actions and processing continue for the Blakely Ridge urban planned development (UPD) and the proposed Northridge UPD, the final word may come this July as two lawsuits wend their way through two county Superior Courts.
News from the Metro/King County Council
The state Legislature is in the final hours of the 60-day session and should be close to adjournment by the time you read this article.
City considering changing DUI standard
In response to the December 1995 State Supreme Court case Seattle v. Williams, the City of Woodinville will be taking a look at amending its .08 requirement to comply with state law.
Fire departments announce cooperative recruitment
The city of Bothell Fire Department and Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District are among the seven agencies taking part in the third Cooperative Firefighter Recruitment Effort.
Water District adds commissioners to board
The Woodinville Water District has expanded its Board of Commissioners from three to five members and appointed Ken Goodwin and Walter Backstrom to fill the new seats.
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