APRIL 14, 1997

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City Council accepts Meneghini resignation

City Council The Woodinville City Council accepted the resignation of City Manager Joe Meneghini at its April 7 study session by a vote of 4-0, with councilmembers Art Saulness, Marsha Engel, and Barbara Solberg remaining silent during the vote.

Meneghini speaks after resignation

Joe Meneghini Several days after Woodinville City Manager Joe Meneghini gave his resignation to the city council, he talked about his four-year tenure with the city.

Welfare reform bill forwarded to governor

welfare reform The House of Representatives passed legislation on April 10 to reform Washington's welfare system. Already approved by the Senate, the bill moves to Governor Gary Locke for signing.

Hungry kids need help

Brown Bag Coin Drive The Multi-Service Center of North and East King County is gearing up to help feed Northshore-area school children over the summer months by raising money through its annual Brown Bag Coin Drive.

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