Fire District board split on upgrade to Station 35
The Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District Board of Commissioners voted to table the issue of proposed upgrades to Station 35 after failing to reconcile a $234,000 difference of opinion at their meeting Apr. 15.
Commissioners respond to CAC questions
As many of you know, the Citizen's Advisory Committee (CAC) for Woodinville Fire and Life Safety has been in existence and recognized by the fire district for 12 years. One of our goals is to help keep you, as residents, informed.
City expected to finish up with three grid roads
The City Council again postponed first reading of the pared-down grid road ordinance last week, and is expected to approve first reading for two new grid roads within the TRF-Pacific site.
Council continues GMA discussions
The City Council held a special meeting last week to finish wordsmithing the transportation element of the city's comprehensive plan, which outlines long-term goals and policies to alleviate congestion.
Redmond asked to extend open space boundaries
The Hollywood Hill Association (HHA) has presented a proposal to the Redmond City Council requesting future funding for Sammamish Valley farmland acquisition.
School zone speeders targeted
The Washington Traffic Safety Commission lists cars as the biggest killer of school-age children, who are even in greater danger when walking near their school.
Obituary: Pamela Mewett
Memorial services were held April 23 for Woodinville resident Pamela Mewett, who died April 14 in Seattle.
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