Northwest NEWS

October 11, 1999

Local News

Woodinville Water District celebrates 40th anniversary

Water DistrictThe Woodinville Water District invites the public to an Open House on Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 3-7 p.m., to celebrate 40 years of service to Woodinville residents.

Sammamish ReLeaf a big success

ReLeaf"It was a truly remarkable effort--it left me speechless," said City of Woodinville Volunteer Coordinator John Markuson said about the Oct. 2 ReLeaf clearing and planting project.

No student contact for Kokanee's Leede

teacherJohn Frank Leede, the Kokanee Elementary School teacher who denied allegations of fondling, will not be allowed any contact with students during his last year with Northshore School District.

County's Draft Comprehensive Plan offered for public review

Draft Comprehensive PlanKing County Executive Ron Sims recently reviewed major initiatives in King County's Comprehensive Plan update for 2000, which is now available for public review.

Moorhead drops Fire District grievance

grievance droppedFormer Woodinville firefighter George Moorhead has withdrawn his grievance against the Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District.

SR-522 construction to last for 14 more months

SR-522 constructionMany locals have wondered how long they will have to endure SR-522 construction that has ground traffic to a halt on the road that was already the state's most clogged artery.



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