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Increasing the Minimum Wage

minimum wage by U.S. Senator Patty Murray
This week marks the fifth anniversary of the last minimum wage increase. On the eve of this anniversary, the Senate had an opportunity to increase the minimum wage from $4.25 an hour to $5.15.

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City Council wants communication from Fire District

lack of information The Woodinville City Council is deeply distressed and concerned with the lack of information being sent from the Board of Fire Commissioners to the City of Woodinville regarding your plans for the new fire station downtown adjacent to the south bypass road.

Great day for the community

Celebrate Woodinville On behalf of the Woodinville City Council and city staff, I'd like to extend congratulations to all the hundreds of volunteers who contributed toward our spectacular Celebrate Woodinville event on March 30.

Save downtown core and a piece of Woodinville's heritage

downtown core As a citizen of Woodinville, I'm willing to spend $8 a month to protect an opportunity that will not happen again. Are you?

Grand Egg Hunt made special by help from all

Grand Egg Hunt The Woodinville Lions Club would like to sincerely thank those whose efforts made the Grand Egg Hunt at the Mountain View Community Center so very special this year.

Why no equestrian bridge across Sammamish River?

equestrian bridge Why, at the junction of two of the most important trails in King County, is there not being planned a bridge across the Sammamish River to permit full trail usage for all users, including equestrians?

Pipeline won't ensure well-being of all Washington families

petroleum pipeline I would like to comment on the "State Labor Union endorses Cross Cascade petroleum pipeline" article.