April 13, 1998

Local News

Council to survey city staff's morale

  The Woodinville City Council wants to know how city staffers feel about their jobs after five years of cityhood. "Things are changing. We just want to take the temperature of the organization," Mayor Don Brocha explained last week.

Woodinville firefighter pleads not guilty

  A case settings hearing has been scheduled for April 20.

  See who has been up to mischief, malicious or otherwise.

Council reserves land at Woodinview for park

police  The Woodinville City Council gave the nod to reserving three-quarters-of-an-acre of land at Woodinview, an affordable housing development, to build a park sometime in the future.

City chooses engineering firm

  CH2M Hill was recently chosen by Woodinville as its consultant for on-call engineering contracts. City Manager Roy Rainey had proposed consolidating engineering contracts earlier this year. He said the decision to go with a consultant over in-house design harks back to the philosophy that Woodinville is a contract city.

News from WFLSD

  The Board took note of a possible problem in staffing at the Fire Prevention Bureau in downtown Woodinville. It was brought to their attention that a three-fold increase in requested permits has caused a backlog for both the permitting process and the performance of the inspectors' duties.

Poison Center

  The Washington Poison Center is able to provide immediate first aid information and advice to poison victims and their families in 140 languages.

Children's World collects 'Food for Babies'

  Donations of baby food, infant formula, canned or powdered milk, disposable diapers and other baby products are needed.

Engagement

Rector - Isbell

  Following their honeymoon in Jamaica, this couple will reside in Seattle.

Teen Northshore Art Show Awards

  "Dreamingo Mask" by Emi Soga took Best in Show. Find out who else took home awards.