MAY 5, 1997

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Sims in Woodinville for County budget presentation

budget presentation King County Executive Ron Sims came to Woodinville High School last Thursday night to discuss the county budget process. He said that county government had been stuck too long on "3rd and James."

Jessup speaks out at Woodinville Council meeting

council meeting Mark Jessup, a Woodinville city councilmember from 1993 through 1995, addressed the current council during public comment at April 28 regular session. He spoke regarding the resignation of ex-city manager Joe Meneghini.

Counties may have chance to claim state forest lands DNR opposes

state forest lands One quarter of all Washington state forests could be turned over to county ownership if SB 5325 is signed by Governor Gary Locke. The transfer would affect 61,687 acres of state Forest Board Transfer lands in Snohomish County and 22,800 acres in King County.

Grace annexation opportunity

Grace annexation With the death of two state house bills, and reworking of the Urban Growth Boundary, the opportunity for Grace to join Woodinville has come up again. A new annexation petition will be circulating among businesses and residents of Grace.

Cascade Valleys Heritage Corridor survey

Heritage Corridor Cascade Valleys Heritage Corridor is the new name chosen by a local advisory group for the SR-202 Heritage Corridor. It was selected to reflect the nature and lifestyle of the highway which travels through the Sammamish, Happy, and Snoqualmie Valleys

SR-522 accident takes one life

accident A two-car collision accident on State Route 522 left three injured and one woman dead on April 26. The accident occurred just past the SR-9 overpass around 9 p.m. when a 1984 Honda Accord traveling eastbound attempted a U-turn and was struck by a 1988 Toyota Tercel.

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