Northwest NEWS

October 18, 1999

Local News

Northshore CAP cadets win drill competition

CAP cadetsThe Civil Air Patrol (CAP) cadet color guard that opened the Oct. 2 ReLeaf project at Wilmot Park won the Pacific Region CAP Color Guard competition at McCord Air Force Base on Aug. 21.

I-695 promises more money or more government

I-695I-695: for or against? Read the pro and con positions.

Planning Commission looking for input on city hall

Planning CommissionThe Woodinville Planning Commission, a seven-member volunteer commission, is inviting the public to provide comment on the building design (interior and exterior) and site elevations of the new City Hall.

Army Recruiting office opens new office

Army RecruitingThe U.S. Army Recruiting office opened their new offices last Friday at the Woodinville Towne Center. Woodinville Chief of Police Ken Wardstrom, representing the City of Woodinville, helped cut the ribbon.

Public invited to I-405 corridor open house

I-405 corridorA public scoping open house will be held to kick-off the environmental review process for the I-405 Corridor Program on Oct. 21.

Mountain pass reports begin

pass reportsAs Washington state residents prepare for another La Nina winter, motorists will be anxious to learn about conditions on the state's mountain pass highways.

King County fire marshal lifts burn ban

burn banThe King County Fire Marshal's Office lifted the burn ban on October 1, 1999. A burn ban should not go back into effect until early Summer 2000.