Northwest NEWS

June 14, 1999

Front Page

Skateboard park in Woodinville's future?

skateboard parkWoodinville City Councilmember Marsha Engel passionately argued for a skateboard park in downtown Woodinville as soon as possible, during last week's City Council study session.

Beloved cow, calf defaced by vandals

vandalismAs-yet unidentified vandals marred a public art exhibit in Paul Waterman's field south of NE 145th on SR-202 sometime Saturday night or Sunday morning, June 5-6.

Upper Bear Creek Community Council organizes

Community CouncilSome 22,000 residents of unincorporated Woodinville will gain organized representation to the King County Council. The Council is expected to approve formation of the Upper Bear Creek Community Council on Monday, June 14.

New City Hall open house a success

New City HallA public interactive planning session for the new City Hall on Wednesday, June 9, gave citizens a chance to review and suggest site plan options and building specifications.

Water district plans composting class

composting classTurn your food and yard waste into a valuable commodity at a class to be held Saturday, June 19 from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Woodinville Water District building.