Northwest NEWS

November 8, 1999

Local News

I-695 fallout begins with public job cuts

I-695 falloutIn the wake of last week's passage of I-695, Kitsap Transit has already announced that they have given pink slips to over 60 employees, effective in January, with 90 more job cuts possible.

Northshore election results

election resultsAs of last Friday, there were a few hundred absentee ballots left to count in Bothell City Council races. The positions of all other contested elections are final.

Y2K-prep video ready

Y2K-prep videoThe State has completed four videos that give citizens tips on emergency preparation. Designed to accommodate potential Y2K-related interruptions of utility service, the information applies to any emergency scenario.

Local resident honored for outstanding service

resident honoredRay Switzer of Woodinville was one of seven Washington residents recently selected to receive the annual Outstanding Service to Veterans Award for 1999 for contributions to serving Washington state's veterans.

Art and history are close to home

arts & heritageMaking a local connection with history and the arts is now easy for King County residents. The Metropolitan King County Council recently approved funding for more than 150 projects that support local arts and heritage activities.

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