Northwest NEWS

January 17, 2000

Local News

City Council votes to widen 133rd Ave. NE

133rd Ave. NE wideningWoodinville's City Council has voted 6-1 to widen 133rd Ave. NE to at least meet the minimum city arterial standard of 24 ft. A maximum widening to 36 feet would allow sidewalks and bike lanes.

City seeks public comment on CIP

CIP public commentThe City of Woodinville is asking citizens to submit public comment on over 40 projects listed in the 2001-2006 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) that the City staff and City Council have identified as priority needs.

Council bans smut in Woodinville

registered businessesDuring their Jan. 10 meeting, the Woodinville City Council unanimously passed Ordinance No. 52, establishing a temporary moratorium on business license applications for sexually explicit businesses.

Storm cuts off roads to Woodinville

storm damageAn explosion at a sub-station on Willows Rd. and a tree across SR-202 at NE 106th made getting home from Redmond difficult for Woodinville residents late Sunday night.

Woodinville woman joins landmark lawsuit

landmark lawsuitLifelong Woodinville resident and UW student Cima Amiri has joined a national class action discrimination lawsuit against the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC), the organization that administers the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT).

Munro names presidential candidates for primary ballot

primary ballotSecretary of State Ralph Munro today announced the selection of presidential candidates who will appear on the state of Washington's Feb. 29th presidential primary ballot.

Legislators to host 44th District town meetings

town meetingsLegislators representing the 44th District are inviting their neighbors and constituents to town meetings on February 19 to discuss the major issues state lawmakers are currently dealing with in Olympia.



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