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September 8, 1997

Local News

Woodinville Water District General Manager appointed to two year term on the Public Works Board.



Woodinville Water District awarded loan

  The Woodinville Water District has been notified that the Public Works Board has recommended Woodinville Water District be awarded a Public Works Trust Fund Construction Loan for the 144th Ave. NE Sewer Replacement Project. Final approval will come later this year when the State Legislature and the Governor approve the Public Works Board's recommendations.

Weekend planned for first time campers

  The King County Park System is offering a First Time Family Camping program over the weekend of Sept. 27 and 28 at the Gold Creek Lodge in Woodinville.

City manager list down to five

  Woodinville is closer to a new city manager; the council will begin interviewing five finalists Sept. 18.

Kids' Classic Golf Tourney at Echo Falls

  Local television and sports celebrities will join together for the KIRO Kids Classic Golf Tournament Sept. 11 at Echo Falls Country Club in Woodinville.

Erotic dancing, bus tax on Sno. County ballots

  Snohomish County residents will vote on two very different referendums when they go to the polls September 16.

Correction



Cross Valley Water District

  Board of Commissioners Position 3

At-risk teens clean Tracy Owen Park

  King County Executive Ron Sims spoke to at-risk youths at the beginning of a clean-up campaign at Kenmore's Tracy Owen Station in late August. The teenagers, referred to the county parks division from the department of youth services, will clear 100 yards of blackberries and brush on the waterfront, improving access to the park.

Kenmore voters will decide on cityhood

  Voters in the Kenmore area will decide September 16 whether or not Kenmore becomes a city

Sims, Yeager tee off in Executive's race

  Two men are vying to represent the Democratic Party against Republican Suzette Cooke for county executive. One is a long-time county councilmember, the other has, well, he has some interesting ideas.

Candidates For Northshore Fire District Commissioner

  Three men are vying for Northshore Fire District Commissioner Position 3. The district serves 31,000 residents in Kenmore and Lake Forest Park.

Three-way race for top cop

  In the first King County Sheriff's race in 25 years, three candidates want to pin the badge of chief law enforcer onto their chests.

Council pay raise may go for faxes, e-mail instead

  What's up with these guys? Given the chance to vote themselves a $200 a month pay raise, the Woodinville City Council chose instead to study the cost of faxes, phone lines and computer links to make them better councilmembers.

Planet Read announces winners

  The King County Library System's Planet Read summer reading program has been termed a success with readers of all ages.

Police beat

police  Crime, thuggery and brutish behavior

Former mayor, real estate agent run for south county council seat

  Two Mill Creek Republicans are battling in the primary to go up against Democrat Barbara Cothern to represent voters in Snohomish County Council District 4.