Northwest NEWS

May 24, 1999

Local News

King County's Cottage Lake Park to be dedicated Friday, May 28

Cottage Lake ParkCottage Lake Park will be officially dedicated this Friday, May 28, at 3 p.m. with King County Executive Ron Sims, King County Council Chair Louise Miller, Woodinville Mayor Don Brocha, and other officials in attendance.

Planning commissioners re-appointed

planning commissionThe City Council unanimously approved second four-year terms for Planning Commissioners Gareth Grube and Cherry Jarvis at the May 17 council study session.

Sunshine, blue skies for dedication of Wilmot Gateway Park

Wilmot Gateway ParkSummer arrived just in time for the grand opening of Wilmot Gateway Park on Saturday. Hundreds paid the ultimate tribute to Woodinville's flagship park: they were using it as though it had always been there.

1999 Teen Auto Show a rousing success

Teen Auto ShowIt was a car lover's paradise last weekend at the 5th Annual Teen Northshore Auto Show held at the Pop Keeney Field parking lot in Bothell. Under welcome sun and blue skies, a crowd of more than 125 enjoyed the popular event.

Kokanee teacher under investigation

Duvall TavernThe Northshore School District is asking parents of Kokanee Elementary School students to "err on the side of caution and respect" regarding charges of child molestation against a 48-year-old male teacher.

Kenmore Planning Commission finalists to be interviewed

Kenmore PlanningOf the 44 residents who applied for a seat on the Kenmore Planning Commission, the City Council has narrowed the field to 19, from which nine will be chosen to make up the new commission.

Upgrades proceed for 124th Ave. NE

road upgradesMayor Don Brocha and the Woodinville City Council gave the go-ahead to Public Works Director Mick Monken to begin executing a plan for road and sidewalk upgrades on 124th Ave. NE.

Obituary: Paul LeRoy Shaner

ObituaryPaul LeRoy Shaner, 57, died unexpectably on May 18, 1999, at his home in Kenmore.



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