Northwest NEWS

August 23, 1999

Local News

Planning underway on Woodinville Gateway project

Woodinville GatewayPublic Works Director Mick Monken presented results of a June 17 workshop held by Entranco, the project management firm hired by the City to orchestrate the SR-202/NE 145th (Hollywood Hill) intersection project.

Bothell Skateboard Park dedicated

Bothell Skateboard ParkThe new Bothell Skateboard Park was dedicated by Mayor Mike Noblet in ceremonies held last Saturday, Aug. 21. Assistant City Manager Manny Ocampo recognized the teens that served on the committees.

Wilmot traffic signal installed for park

Wilmot traffic signalCrews transformed the blinking yellow traffic signal at Wilmot Gateway Park on the South Bypass in Woodinville to a full traffic signal last week.

Northshore revises policies after recent teacher arrest

District policiesAn administrative review supported Northshore School District's process for handling complaints about staff who interact inappropriately with students. But the review did find four areas that needed improvement.

Volunteers needed for river work

Sammamish Relief ProjectJohn Markuson, City of Woodinville Volunteer Coordinator, is organizing volunteers for the "Sammamish Relief Project" that will take place on four Saturdays in October, starting Oct. 2.

Pollworkers needed

pollworkersKing County is in the process of recruiting people to serve as pollworkers for the Primary Election on Tuesday, September 14, and for the General Election on Tuesday, November 2.

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