APRIL 21, 1997

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Interim city manager appointed

interim city manager Following an executive session of the Woodinville City Council on April 14, Roy Rainey was named Woodinville's interim city manager. A retired city administrator, Rainey will fill in during the search for a permanent city manager.

Highway chase ends in Bothell

car chase An Everett shooting suspect was found under a camper in the 17000 block of West Riverside Drive in Bothell by a King County K-9 unit after a highway chase ended nearby last Wednesday night.

Charges filed in death of Bothell woman

murder charges The Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney has charged Robert Kuchan, 32, with the second-degree murder of Tamie Jaramillo of Bothell on April 11.

More charges brought against Bothell cosmetic surgeon

additional charges Two counts of indecent liberties and one count of possession of child pornography were filed last week against Gregory Johnson, a Bothell cosmetic surgeon. Johnson is also facing rape and assault charges for the alleged rape of a Woodinville woman.

Comprehensive plan amendments would expand uses in Sammamish Agricultural District

comp. plan amendments Among the proposed amendments to King County's 1994 Comprehensive Plan is language that would permit a land swap inside the Sammamish Valley's Agricultural Production District.

More candidates interviewed for Fire District committee

Citizens Advisory Council On April 15, the Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District Commissioners interviewed two more candidates for the newly-forming Citizens Advisory Council.

Woodinville City Council notes

City Council notes Public/private partnerships for saving historic buildings were examined at last week's City Council meeting. Phyllis Keller, president of the Woodinville Historical Society, said it was possible to save the old brick Sorenson Schoolhouse fronting NE 175th Street.

'Drop, Cover, Hold' drill returns

'Drop, Cover, Hold' drill Public and private agencies will emphasize preparedness for any hazard in the "Prepare...Because You Care" campaign featuring a statewide "Drop, Cover, and Hold" Drill April 24.

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