Northwest NEWS

June 25, 2001

Features

LakePointe design left to market influences

*No need to get out the gold-plated groundbreaking shovels just yet..
  

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD:

*June 25 through July 24
  

Got weedeater?

*This young cow, spotted on Cherry Valley Road in Duvall
  

Kidnap suspect nabbed in downtown Seattle

*Early last Friday morning authorities arrested a 39-year-old man suspected of kidnapping a 6-year-old Kingsgate boy.
  

Intermediate driver's licenses

*for teens set to begin July 1
  

License tabs on the Internet

*NVehicle owners can now renew their license plate tabs on-line, conveniently, easily and securely using a Visa or MasterCard for payment through a new program offered by the state.
  

Wee critters abound at Remlinger Farms

*Remlinger's Family Farm in Carnation is now open for the summer. Visitors can pet the calves, baby bunnies, lambs, kids (goats), donkeys, chickens and ducks.
  

Blood centers open July 4

*Puget Sound Blood Center is preparing for emergency blood needs over the holiday by keeping donation centers open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 4.
  

Fireworks illegal in city limits

*WOODINVILLE - As a reminder, a city ordinance has been in effect since June 21, 2000, banning the sale and discharge of all fireworks within the city of Woodinville.
  

Plans to relieve the gridlock at SR522/SR202 are underway in a cooperative plan by the city of Woodinville, city of Bothell and the Washington State Department of Transportation.

*Mick Monken, Public Works director for the city of Woodinville, presented a proposal at the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce luncheon last Thursday for a new roadway and connections west of the existing SR522/SR202 Woodinville interchange (by Dairy Queen).