July 17, 2000
A Smarter Summer: Revolution at the Library
|As old barriers crumble, the image of the staid library is giving way to the noisy, online, family-friendly learning center that is the destiny of libraries of the future.|
Parade-goers leave trash behind
|As coordinator of North Bothell Little League Fastpitch and member for the past five years, I was overjoyed to see the support of our girls in the 4th of July parade in Bothell.|
My Fellow Americans
|How do we preserve and protect our small neighborhood living? Who will fight for me?|
Waiting for another GMA Board ruling
|For several years, opponents of Quadrant's Redmond Ridge have been charging King County with cheating in their traffic analysis and violating the Growth Management Act (GMA) by putting an urban island within the rural areas.|
Everyone must share in effort to save salmon
|Residents of Snohomish County have contacted me with comments and questions on the recent listing of chinook salmon and bull trout as threatened species under the Endangered Species Act.|
Thanks to those who helped with 4th event
|This year, the business community and citizens outdid themselves in supporting Carnation's 4th of July event. To all of our sponsors, I say thank you. To everyone who bought a raffle ticket or T-shirt, thank you.|
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