Northwest NEWS

November 12, 2001

Local News

Bothell gets 'two-fer': storage tank, ball field

*The oft' discussed Brightwater Treatment Plant isn't the only wastewater project in the offing these days. In fact, work is ready to begin on a giant six-million-gallon storage tank, to be constructed in front of Bothell's North Creek Pump Station, located at 18707 North Creek Parkway.

Correction:

*In last week's article on the Purple Cafe in Woodinville, the days of operation that were listed were incorrect.

County to accelerate intersection work west of Duvall

*King County will begin work on an interim traffic signal at the intersection of West Snoqualmie Valley Road and Northeast 124th Street during the week of Nov. 12 to improve traffic flow in the lower Snoqualmie Valley.

Clean up time in Bothell

*Bothell reminds campaigners and local residents that all political campaign signs must be removed within 10 days after Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 6.

City of Bothell introduces new neighborhood program

*BOTHELL - In an effort to connect citizens with its local government, the City of Bothell introduces its new Neighborhood Networks program.

Manure share program needs suppliers

*Snohomish Conservation District's (SCD) Manure Share Program needs your livestock manure. The conservation district hopes to link those with excess manure with those who need it for garden and/or composting use.

Bothell honored for community partnership

*Bothell has been named a recipient of the 2001 International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Program Excellence Award for Public/Private Partnerships for the city's Junior High Gym Night program.