JANUARY 20, 1997

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Children cheered by Santa HOS

Santa HOS The holiday season brings out the generous in most everyone, and businesses are no exception to the rule. HOS Bros. Construction proved it this past December with its "Santa HOS" project.

City waives developer fees for affordable housing units

fees waived Step one was to designate the 22-acres on the North Bypass, former site for a transfer station, as moderate density with provisions for clustering. Now the city has agreed to waive developer fees for affordable units for that project.

Accidents result in minor injuries

new stop signs The new stop signs on Woodinville-Snohomish Road at the railroad crossing have been giving motorists some trouble. A Nissan Sentra and a Honda Civic collided just past noon last Tuesday when the southbound car ran the intersection.

Bothell utility rates increase

utility rates If you are billed by the City of Bothell for water and sewer service, the following rates went into effect Jan. 1, 1997. There are four water and sewer districts within the city limits, so this information will not apply to all readers.

Sims sworn in as King County Executive

King County Executive Ron Sims, 11-year King County Councilmember, was sworn in as County Executive last week, replacing newly-installed Governor Gary Locke.

News from the Metro-King County Council

County Council by Councilmember Louise Miller, District 3
The King County Department of Transportation has identified more than 60 site-specific roadway repair projects as a result of the recent storms.



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