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January 31, 2000

Local News

Trib 90 may become Derby Creek

Derby CreekThe Woodinville City Council agreed with the Parks and Recreation Commission's proposal to change the name of Tributary 90 to Derby Creek. City staff will now submit the name to the state Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR) for approval.

Marzano moves to Kent Fire Department

Dominick MarzanoWoodinville Fire & Life Safety District (WFLSD) Deputy Chief Dominick Marzano arrived at his new job with the Kent Fire Dept. last Thursday, the day after finishing his tenure with WFLSD.

New lifesaving gear for Woodinville firefighters

lifesaving gearWoodinville firefighters were trained last week in the use of the department's new thermal imaging units for locating victims in smoke-filled areas.

No group has favored status in public process

Woodinville City CouncilThe Woodinville City Council's Jan. 24 meeting included discussions and action on a variety of matters.

City saves money with home monitoring

home monitoringThe Woodinville City Council has unanimously approved Police Chief Ken Wardstrom's proposal to save money by contracting with a private agency for electronic home monitoring (EHM) devices, rather than with the King County Jail.

Lovick wants more severe DUI laws

DUI lawsState Rep. John Lovick, D-Mill Creek, is sponsoring legislation to make repeat DUI offenders subject to felony charges with mandatory prison sentences, and to increase sentences for vehicular assault.


Obituary: Wilbur James Martin



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