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Fire Commissioner Callon opens personnel file to press

personnel file opened Local resident Mary Baum has requested Woodinville Fire Commissioner David Callon's personnel file and test scores from the fire district, a request which is now before a Superior Court Judge.

Decision soon on Wedge development

Wedge development The proposal to put 32 homes on four acres in the Wedge area has yet to be resolved, but the City Council is required to come to a decision on the appeals this week after closing the public hearing at its Dec. 2 meeting.

City Hall acreage appraised at $1.1 million

  While the City Council elected to buy 3.14 acres south of City Hall for $1.65 million, there is apparently some disparity--$750,000 worth--between the asking price and the appraisal, made available after the sale.

TRF changes face of Woodinville

buildings demolished The TRF-Pacific retail development began taking down buildings last week, nearly 20 in all, ranging from small structures and residences to large steel warehouses.

County to discuss two large developments

developments discussed Two developers are working towards construction of more than 450 units north of the 160th Street exit on Juanita-Woodinville Way, and King County has scheduled a meeting to discuss the issues and allow residents to learn more about the proposals.

Northridge hearing continues

Northridge hearing The appeals hearing for the proposed Northridge urban planned development will continue before the King County Council at 9:30 a.m. Dec. 13 in the Council Chambers.

County property tax reduction deadline nears

tax reduction deadline The King County Office of Open Space is reminding land owners that applications for consideration for a 1998 property tax reduction under King County's Public Benefit Rating System (PBRS) are due Dec. 31, 1996.

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