Woodinville's Comp Plan 'exemplary'
The state recently sent a letter to Woodinville's mayor and planning director commending the city for its recently adopted comprehensive plan.
Resident appeals Woodinville Comp Plan
Corinne Hensley, a resident of the Wellington area, has appealed the City of Woodinville's Comprehensive Plan and its long-term planning for the Grace and Maltby areas.
Streets close for natural gas line
The signs are up on Hollywood Hill, but the timeline isn't set in concrete for construction of the Washington Natural Gas line scheduled to begin within the next few weeks.
'Wedge' residents appeal Stone Hill approval
When he heard about the proposal to put 32 homes on four acres in his neighborhood, "Wedge" resident Robert Margoshes began his Paul Revere ride informing others that development was coming.
Mayor pleads Woodinville's case in Snohomish County
Mayor Bob Miller has pitched the city's case to the Snohomish County Council supporting an urban designation for the Grace and the Maltby Employment area, both located adjacent to Woodinville's northern border along the Snohomish County line.
City closer to deciding grid roads with Canterbury Square and Molbaks
With a fresh perspective on the issue from interim Public Works Administrator Roy Peterson, the city is considering deleting a portion of the future NE 172nd Street in exchange for two other grid roads.
City begins 1997 budget talks
With a new parks and recreation department, an additional police sergeant, and "the busiest year for building," running the city next year will cost about $9.5 million, according to Jim Katica, city clerk and treasurer.
City of Bothell sells Walter's Feed Mill
The City Council voted 5-2 recently to sell the historic Walter's Feed Mill to developers Buchan Developments and Grant Gillies.