Northwest NEWS

August 28, 2000

Business

Evergreen Board gives green light to new medical tower

Evergreen Board gives green light to new medical towerThe Board of Commissioners of Evergreen Healthcare has approved plans to build a new five-story medical office tower adjacent to Evergreen Hospital Medical Center.
  

Police Beat

Police BeatAugust 15: A male and female were arrested at a Woodinville apartment for obstructing an officer.
  

Road improvements discussed

KenmoreKENMORE -- Approximately 45 people attended the four meetings held by Kenmore's engineering firm, Bucher, Willis & Ratliff, Aug. 23 and 24 to discuss proposed improvements for traffic on SR 522 (Bothell Way) from 60th to 73rd NE.
  

Kempf appointed to Evergreen Healthcare Board

Evergreen HealthcareR. August Kempf, a long-time Redmond businessman, has been appointed to the Board of Commissioners of Evergreen Healthcare.
  

Candidates sought for Water System Committee

Candidates sought for Water System CommitteeSeattle Public Utilities (SPU) is currently seeking applicants for appointment to the Water System Advisory Committee which provides an important voice regarding drinking water quality and supply issues in Seattle and King County.
  

Judicial candidate forum

Judicial candidate forumA King County Judicial Candidate's Forum, sponsored by King County Democrats, King County Republicans, League of Women Voters and University of Washington School of Law, will be held Tuesday, Sept. 5, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on the UW campus at Condon Hall, 1100 Campus Parkway NE in Seattle.
  

DAR officers elected

DAR officers electedDavid Douglas Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Redmond, elected the following officers to serve 2000-2002.
  

Business and Professional Women plan dinner meeting

Business and Professional Women plan dinner meetingWoodinville Business and Professional Women will hold a dinner meeting Monday, Sept. 11, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Bothell