Northwest NEWS

February 12, 2001

Local News

'A rose by any other name' isn't Pete Rose, Woodinville City Manager

*Congressman Jay Inslee got up to speak. It was Jan. 9 at the Columbia Winery and the house was packed at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
  

Room without a name

*WOODINVILLE - The new City Hall may have rooms with a garden view but it doesn't have a room with a name.
  

Hollywood Hill signs up to fight second cell tower

*Hollywood Hill residents gathered Saturday, Feb. 3, on the corner of NE 160th and 158th NE to sign petitions to stop the installation of a second cell tower . . .
  

Literary Lions to honor Sher, Literacy Council

*The King County Library System Foundation recently announced its Literary Lions Award winners for 2001.
  

Brittany Park receives recognition at Leadership Conference

*Woodinville's Brittany Park Retirement Community received numerous awards during the 17th Annual Leisure Care Leadership Conference in Seattle.
  

Conserve and save - city leads by example

*BOTHELL - In crisis time, the City of Bothell highly encourages its citizens to join in the conservation efforts to save energy and water.
  

North Creek Greenway funds available

*The Adopt-A-Stream Foundation (AASF) is in the process of developing the Northwest Stream Center next to North Creek.