Northwest NEWS

August 2, 1999

Local News

Engel files for City Council re-election

Marsha EngelMarsha Engel, an original City Council member who has served in Council Position No. 6 for six years, filed an application to seek re-election to another four-year term on July 26.

Candidates declare for Northshore, Valley offices

CandidatesApplications for public offices within King County were due by 4:30 p.m. last Friday, July 30. City Council positions were open in Bothell, Kenmore, Woodinville, Duvall, and Carnation.

Lane Youngblood named Rotary's 'Citizen of the Year'

Citizen of the YearWoodinville City Parks Director Lane Youngblood was given the Woodinville Rotary Club's "Citizen of the Year" award at their annual Installation Banquet.

Applications available for tourism promotion grant

tourism promotionAssistant city manager Manny Ocampo announced that the city's tourism promotion fund grant program is now ready to accept applications for 1999 and 2000 projects.

Historical Society speaks up for Sorenson property

Sorenson propertyWhat happens now to the old Woodinville School, the Sorenson School, and the 10 acres of ball fields that border one side, as a result of City Hall being built on another site? The truth is, it may all disappear.

Woodinville organizes FATCAP

FATCAPCity of Woodinville Public Works Director Mick Monken seeks to organize a group of community volunteers to assist the Planning Commission.

City of Woodinville proclaims 'National Night Out'

National Night OutIn accordance with the National Association of Town Watch, Woodinville Mayor Don Brocha officially declared Aug. 3 as "National Night Out" for Woodinville.

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