Northwest NEWS

February 21, 2000

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Artwalk planned for trail, parks

ArtwalkThe Woodinville City Council gave Parks & Recreation Director Lane Youngblood approval to use $5,000 toward managing a rotating public art display along the Sammamish River trail, around Wilmot and Woodin Creek Parks.

Council approves business registration

business registrationWoodinville businesses must register with the city by March 1, 2001, or face substantial civil penalties, according to Ordinance No. 251, approved by the City Council on Feb. 14.

Teen Northshore receives funding

Teen NorthshoreWoodinville's City Council has funded $13,000 for Teen Northshore, following a presentation by Sue Paro, Teen Northshore Executive Director. The action reversed last fall's much smaller award by the Council's Finance Committee.

Council moves meeting times

meeting timesThe City Council has moved its meetings' starting time from 7 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., starting Feb. 22. They will also hold three regularly scheduled meetings per month, rather than four.

Taking a gander

gooseLast week, while Christi Murphy of Woodinville was enjoying the springlike weather at Cottage Lake Park, she was joined by a friendly goose who made himself (herself?) comfortable. The two enjoyed the sun and blue skies together.