Council says 'no' to batting cages in industrial zone
The City Council voted 3-2 on May 27 on second reading of an ordinance to allow batting cages as a conditional use in the industrial zone, failing to get the necessary four affirmative votes for passage of the ordinance.
City Council approves Comprehensive Plan
Making room for 1,800 new households and creating 2,000 new jobs has proven no small task for a city only 3 years old, but following two-and-a-half years of work, the City Council passed the first reading of the Comprehensive Plan last Thursday.
Fan has yard-shtick for Sonics success
Northshore resident Mike Londo describes himself as a "playoff fan." But after last week, he and his neighbor Todd Hanson, both of Woodinville, were officially diagnosed with Sonic fever after they mowed "Go Sonics" in the lawn between their two homes.
Northshore High School graduation ceremonies
Northshore high schools will graduate approximately 1,151 seniors at the Seattle Center Arena in June.
Woodinville dedicates first city park
The City of Woodinville has completed construction on its first park, located in the Woodinville Heights neighborhood.
Substation falters, 2,800 without power for two hours
Equipment failure at the Hollywood Hill substation was the cause of a two-hour power failure last Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m.