JUNE 30, 1997

 The Edwards Agency

Local News

Reward for information on Jensen's killer

reward offer As the son of a murdered Kingsgate woman said on an afternoon talk show last week, there is still a missing person out there. It's the person who knows what happened to 53-year-old Arlene Jensen at the end of the Memorial Day weekend.

Property owner asks for six stories

6-story development An attorney representing a local landowner asked the City Council to change proposed zoning code to allow six-story apartment buildings near downtown Woodinville. The change would apply to a single, undeveloped 23-acre property.

Public hearing set for realignment of Kaysner Way intersection

intersection realignment The Daytona 500-style slip ramp from State Route 522 onto Kaysner Way may soon be eliminated as METRO and Bothell work to realign the intersection and reroute buses from Main Street.

Repairs to 140th delayed

repairs delayed Proposed repairs to the intersection of Woodinville's main intersection have been pushed back a year, according to Public Works Director Ron Cameron.

Two join planning commission

planning commissioners The City Council officially appointed John Janson and Terry DePolo to the Planning Commission at their June 23 meeting. The two will join the commission at its July 2 meeting.

Woodin Creek Park transfer celebrated

Woodin Creek Park Woodin Creek Park was officially transferred from King County to the city of Woodinville last weekend. Under sunny skies, members of the Woodinville City Council and Parks & Recreation Department joined citizens last Saturday afternoon for a ribbon cutting ceremony.

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