APRIL 7, 1997
Council reviews civic center survey
Results of a telephone survey of Woodinville residents concerning the location of City Hall and a community center were presented at last week's City Council meeting.
Firefighters fight to beat leukemia
Shoreline firefighters took part in the Big Climb for Leukemia, an event in which participants climb the 69 floors of the Columbia Seafirst Center in downtown Seattle. But there was a small added provision: the firefighters were to wear their full fire gear.
City awaits lawsuit papers
A $700,000 lawsuit filed March 27 by the Canterbury Criers Association against Woodinville was assigned to Judge Rothstein at United States District Court in Seattle last week. The lawsuit alleges that the city has denied Canterbury the use of 11 lots on its property.
New faces on Bothell Planning Commission
Tris Samberg and Dennis Strasser were recently named to the Bothell Planning Commission. They will be filling positions recently vacated by the resignation of Rod Mesecar and the expiration of David Neal's term.
Fire Board interviews CAC candidates
On April 1, the Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District Commissioners interviewed several candidates for the soon-to-be-formed Citizen Advisory Council. Ten people spoke before the Commissioners about why they wished to serve on the CAC.
Marzano named new Deputy Fire Chief
The Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District Commissioners have accepted the recommendation of Chief Steve Smith and named Battalion Chief Dominic Marzano as the new Deputy Chief, effective April 16.
New executive secretary position filled
Wendy Wiedenmeyer, the new executive secretary for the city manager, was introduced at last week's City Council meeting.
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