Woodinville Fire Commissioners owe community an explanation
The recent actions on the part of two Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District Commissioners need explanation.
A salute to 4th of July organizers
We are very fortunate in our Northshore and Lower Snoqualmie communities to have dedicated volunteers, government and services staff, and business financial support for community activities such as the 4th July family events.
Farewell to Jack Fariss
We were saddened to learn that Jack Fariss passed away last Thursday. Many of you knew him through his delivery of the Valley View newspapers on the counters throughout Duvall, Carnation, and Fall City.
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One of the most capable chiefs
I want to take this opportunity to thank you for the privilege that has been mine to serve under your very capable leadership as a Chaplain for the Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District for over seven years.
Pool will disappear without Sorenson purchase
Last Sunday afternoon, my daughter celebrated her eighth birthday at the Sorenson pool. Emily and her friends had a great time under the watchful eye of the YMCA lifeguard.
Taxpayers were losers
The taxpayers of this city were the losers after the outcry of the residents of Kingswood over their poor quality chip seal job. These complaints prodded the City of Woodinville to have the entire area paved over at taxpayer expense.
'Doers' and 'talkers'
I would like to take the opportunity to say thank you for the completion of the overlay project in the Kingswood area.
Damaging integrity of the neighborhood
Two adjoining developments are proposed in my neighborhood (NE 186th St. between 136th Ave. NE & 132nd Ave. NE). One project calls for 18 single-family houses to be built on two acres.
Commmitment to recycling
The King County Solid Waste Division wishes to thank the residents of Bothell and the north portion of King County for their participation in the Special Recycling Event at Bothell High on June 8.
Old school links Woodinville with its past
Well, there goes Mr. Dixon pretending not to know that the Sorenson complex is not just one building but actually two.