APRIL 28, 1997

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Bothell adopts-a-highway

   The City of Bothell recently joined WSDOT's Adopt-a-Highway program and city employees and volunteers have agreed to clean up the northbound shoulder section of I-405 between NE 195th Street and SR-527 for the next two years. To participate and/or receive additional volunteer information, contact Lori Lord at 486-3256.

Plat application

   A plat alteration permit has been applied for by the owner of an 18.34 acre plot north of NE 150th Street near Holiday Lake. If approved by the King County Dept. of Development and Environmental Services, the parcel, between 223rd Ave. NE and 226th Ave. NE, would convert three previously recorded tracts into three lots for single family homes. The development would be named Ridge at Bear Creek. Public meeting notices will be available.

FEMA recruiting public affairs officers

   The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is currently recruiting qualified public affairs professionals to help provide critical information to disaster victims following Presidential Disaster Declarations. For more information about becoming a FEMA Public Affairs Officer Reservist, call the FEMA recruiting hotline at 1-800-879-6076, or fax your resume to (703) 542-2484. Information is also available on the World Wide Web at http://www.fema.gov/fema/dae.html. Send electronic mail to eima@fema.gov.