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April 17, 2000

Local News

Brunner Bros. to build city hall

City Hall constructionAt their April 10 meeting, Woodinville's City Council authorized City Manager Pete Rose to award the contract for building the new city hall to Brunner Bros. Construction.

Woodinville, Bothell join forces

MOU signedThe cities of Woodinville and Bothell have adopted a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that establishes a transportation coordination agreement.

Search for treatment plant site begins

treatment plant siteKing County's Siting and Mitigation Manager for the Wastewater Treatment Division gave the Woodinville City Council a preliminary agenda for locating the region's third major wastewater treatment plant.

Bothell man charged with arson

arson chargesVladimir Y. Kalustyan, who allegedly fire-bombed a new laundry business just after midnight on April 8, was charged with Arson in the First Degree and Malicious Harassment.

Metro schedules meetings to discuss proposed changes in bus service

bus service changesKing County Metro Transit wants to know what the public thinks about proposed changes in bus service scheduled for September.

Woodinville resident attacked at ballfield

man attackedA 20-year-old Seattle resident was arrested for investigation of an April 12 assault on a 29-year-old Woodinville man that left the victim in critical condition in Seattle's Harborview Hospital.

Real-life heros wanted

real-life herosIf you know a real-life hero or heroine who saved a life this past year, the Governor's Industrial Safety and Health Advisory Board would like to hear from you.

United Way accepting applications for Reeves/Sievers Award

Reeves/Sievers AwardUnited Way of Snohomish County is currently accepting nominations for the organization's annual Reeves/Sievers Award. The winner will be announced June 8 at United Way's annual Spirit of Snohomish County event.
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