Northwest NEWS

March 19, 2001

Features

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Community Center operations begin

*The former City Hall building has a new name - Woodinville Community Center.
  

City launches new, more interactive Web site

*WOODINVILLE - As of March 23, World Wide Web browsers will see a new look on the city's official website.
  

Citywide Street Plan Update due March 26

*BOTHELL - On Monday, March 26, at 6 p.m. at the Northshore Senior Center (10201 E. Riverside Drive, Bothell), Bothell City Council will receive a Citywide Street Plan Update from the consultants and city staff.
  

Four Seasons hosts Prom Primer

*Four Seasons Olympic Hotel will host a prom workshop and fashion show at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 26, in the Georgian Room.
  

Have you had your chimney checked?

* Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) officials reported recently that 50 percent of the homes inspected by FEMA so far sustained chimney damage in the Nisqually Earthquake.
  

Blood drive announced

* Thanks to a snowstorm and an earthquake, this region's blood supply is critically low in O Positive, O Negative and A Negative blood types, according to the Puget Sound Blood Center.
  

Citizen representatives needed for Watershed Forum

*The Snoqualmie Watershed Forum is looking for two citizens from the Snoqualmie Watershed to serve as ex officio members of the Snoqualmie Watershed Forum.
  

TEST DRIVE - 2001AUDI TT Coupe & Roadster

*Stylin' is the only way to describe driving the 2001 Audi TT. High style and power are wrapped into one when you drive this remarkable sports car.