Northwest NEWS

July 5, 1999

Local News

Cows cleaned, graffiti gone

cows cleanedThe beloved Woodinville cow and calf have been cleansed of the unsightly graffiti, although those responsible for their desecration have yet to be named.

Reception will honor Treen, Brady

receptionMembers of the Northshore community are invited to attend a reception honoring former Bothell Mayor Debbie Treen and former Deputy Mayor Wendy Brady for their years of service to the city on the Council and advisory boards.

Nine chosen to serve on new Kenmore Planning Commission

Kenmore PlanningThe Kenmore City Council has appointed nine members to the Planning Commission. They will draft the first Kenmore Comprehensive Plan.

Openings available on boards

Bothell boardsBothell residents interested in serving on a volunteer advisory board have four open positions to consider.