Northwest NEWS

May 21, 2001

Local News

County moves forward on Brightwater

*Metropolitan King County Council on May 14 narrowed the number of possible sites for the new regional wastewater treatment plant

Water main replacement begins

*Woodinville Water District has awarded a public works construction contract to Blakely Brothers Inc. for the construction of a water main replacement project in downtown Woodinville.

Bothell Council moves to new building

*As of Monday, May 14, Bothell City Council meetings and other public meetings will be held at the new Municipal Court Building at 10116 NE 183rd Street, next to the new Bothell Police Station, unless otherwise noted.

KMPS to join Woodinville to present 4th of July Celebration

*The City of Woodinville recently announced a promotional partnership with KMPS 94.1 to present a variety of activities and entertainment for the annual Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration.

Foundation helps maintain homes for low-income and elderly

*The Rainy Day Foundation, a non-profit organization specializing in helping low-income and disabled homeowners maintain their homes, is offering a paint job and yard cleanup this summer to needy residents, courtesy of a Duvall company.