MARCH 31, 1997
Ring Hill tower proposal raises ire of neighbors
More than 100 neighbors of a proposed 300-foot communications tower, to be situated on King County property north of the Saybrook development, met with county officials last Wednesday night at East Ridge Elementary.
Fire District considering merger
During the Commissioner's meeting of the Fire District on Tuesday the 18th of March, it was revealed that the Woodinville Fire Board, along with the Redmond Fire District, is exploring the possiblity of merging the two departments.
Chamber donates $5,000 for Wilmot park
Jeff Shaw presented the Woodinville City Council with a $5,000 check from the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce for construction at the Wilmot Gateway Park, Mar. 24.
Official gavel given to Parks Commission
A ceremonial gavel was presented by the City Council to the Woodinville Parks and Recreation Commission March 24.
New staff joins city
Several new faces have joined the staff at City Hall. Scott Nutter, Cindy Shelton, and Stacey Giusti were introduced to the City Council at the Mar. 24 meeting.
Study guide unbecoming to America
A particular study guide that has turned up in the State of Washington that has Become a U.S. Citizen emblazoned on its purple cover, and has some errors in it that could spell doom for anyone using it to study for their citizenship exam.
HOV lane construction begins on I-405 in Bothell
The Washington State Department of Transportation (DOT) has announced that work will begin in early April to construct northbound and southbound high-occupancy-vehicle (HOV) lanes on Interstate 405 in Bothell.
Reminder: zoning meeting scheduled
Eastside residents will have an opportunity to learn more and speak out about the county's plan to simplify zoning regulations when the Growth Management Committee holds the first of four community workshops in Bellevue next week.
Woodinville Historical Society elects new officers
The Woodinville Historical Society elected new officers for 1997.
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