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AUGUST 4, 1997

Local News

Legislators seek ideas after shooting death

  Following the tragic accidental shooting death of 14-year-old Isaac Lee of Redmond, state leaders gathered to hear ideas and solutions from the community.

Candidates for public office file

  A listing of candidates filed to run for public offices this fall

Kenmore incorporation on fall ballot

  The King County Council places the proposed Kenmore incorporation on the fall ballot.

T.V. program to feature Kenmore incorporation

  Four citizens active in the move to incorporate the city of Kenmore will appear on Forward Focus, a TCI Public Access program, August 10.

Fire services study accepted

  The city accepts a consultant's recommendation to stay with the Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District.

County proposing development rights transfers

  Hoping to locate development closer to urban areas, King County is proposing that rural land owners be allowed to sell their property development rights.

City gathering funds for Sorenson buy: Tourism request may go unfunded

  Woodinville amends the budget to purchase Sorenson, but a request for tourism funds will probably go unrewarded.

'Twas the week for filing

  Candidates filed for political office last week. Here's a rundown on some of the highlights.

Grace petition drive begins

  Woodinville authorized Grace annexation backers to circulate a petition seen as the first step towards joining the city. Still, Graceans worry about zoning and infrastructure.

Tourist District Master Plan meeting

  The city of Woodinville and the Tourist District Citizens Advisory Panel is seeking public input for Woodinville's growing Tourist District. An open house will be held at the Redhook Brewery.

Police beat

  Woodinville crime reports

Ford sandwiched

  A three-car accident on N.E. 175th Street sent four people to the hospital last Wednesday.

Volunteer hotline

  A new volunteer hotline offers opportunities to become an active community volunteer.


  The July 21 issue of the Woodinville Weekly misidentified the owner of The Mustang Ranch on SR 9.


  A phone number printed in last week's paper for the Northshore Special Education Parent's Advisory Council (SEPAC) was incorrect.