Northwest NEWS

December 6, 1999

Editorial

Opinion

Fimia says wastewater compromise fails local and regional concerns

wastewater compromiseMetropolitan King County Councilmember Maggi Fimia says the regional wastewater compromise approved by the full council is neither regional nor a compromise.

Letters to the Editor

Council will attend to problems of Y2K immediately

Y2K problemsIt's December and it's time to start thinking about Christmas, New Year's, and ... Y2K. The City [of Woodinville] has been getting ready for Y2K for over a year.

Fire commissioners feel budget is fair and accurate

fire district budgetAs elected officials of the Woodinville Fire & Life Safety District, our main priority is to provide our community with the most effective emergency services in terms of both efficiency and cost.

To the residents of the City of Kenmore...

Kenmore surveyThank you for helping us develop the City's "vision" for Kenmore's future. You reaffirmed our view that the citizens and business owners of Kenmore are truly concerned about our community.

Left-wingers will not pay more for their tabs

left-wing gospelI see it hasn't taken long for the Weekly to give us a series of horror stories based on the passage of I-695.

Must I have a green Christmas?

green ChristmasSustainability: the buzzword that has ruined Christmas for me. Must I care about what is environmentally correct?

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