Northwest NEWS

August 7, 2000

Business

Forum will discuss permit process

Forum will discuss permit processA second forum between Woodinville Chamber of Commerce members, local businesses and City staff to discuss ways to improve the City's various permit processes will be held in the Council Chambers, located behind Woodinville City Hall, 13203 NE 175th Street, on Thursday, Aug. 10 from 3 to 4 p.m.
  

City officials welcome ideas from Woodinville residents

City of WoodinvilleIn the spring of 2001, City Hall will move out of the two-story red brick schoolhouse located at the 10-acre site known as the Sorenson property off 175th NE.
  

Governor Locke provides assistance for SR520 bridge travelers

Gov. LockeGovernor Gary Locke has announced that he will provide emergency funds to provide financial assistance for a week of free bus service on SR520 bridge routes while crews work to repair a damaged support column.
  

Collection Amnesty Program announced

Collection AmnestyKing County District Court has announced a short-term program aimed at collecting traffic fines from people whose debts have been turned over to collection agencies.
  

Sunrise Clothing Company becomes Vertical Images

Sunrise Clothing Company becomes Vertical ImagesWoodinville based Sunrise Clothing Company, together with Bellevue based Savi, have formed a strategic partnership to form Vertical Image.
  

Irons to hold district meetings

Irons to hold district meetingsMetropolitan King County Councilmember Dave Irons meet with residents of council District 12 at the Snoqualmie City Hall, 38767 SE River St.
  

King County Computer Recovery Project

King County Computer Recovery ProjectKing County is making it easier to deal with unwanted personal computers with the launch of their new Computer Recover Project.