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JULY 28, 1997

Local News

Cell tower moratorium gives Bothell chance to develop regs

  Bothell affirmed a communication facility construction moratorium last week to allow city staff a chance to develop regulations governing placement of cell towers.

Cougar spotted in Reintree

  A local resident says she saw a cougar in her backyard. State officials say this is what to do to protect yourself and your pets.

Redmond woman missing

  A 29-year-old Redmond woman is still missing after nearly a month. Foul play is suspected.

County service center coming to Cottage Lake

  A new county service center is coming to Cottage Lake July 29 to make county services more available to Woodinville-Duvall citizens.

Woodinville develops preliminary street standards

  The city has come up with street standards that envision tree-lined boulevards and wide sidewalks downtown.

Tourism Partnership requests additional funds

  A Tourism Partnership request for more funds raised the eyebrows of the Woodinville City Council at last week's meeting.

Saulness won't re-run

  Woodinville City Councilmember Art Saulness announced he will not run again for office.

Council hears fire services study

  A consultant finds no reason for the city to de-annex from the Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District.


  Correction: Blueberry farm deal is not yet closed.

Candidate orientation draws three

  With four council seats up for grabs this year, the city of Woodinville held a new council candidate orientation last week, drawing three potential candidates.

Obituary: Alvina M. Labbe

  Alvina M. Labbe died suddently at her home in Woodinville July 20. Memorial services and a reception are planned for July 30

Police beat

  Woodinville police beat

Forestry magazine available

  The Department of Natural Resources is offering a free guide to selected forest practices rules. The guide may be ordered by mail, email or phone.