Northwest NEWS

February 4, 2002

Features

Do you enjoy helping others?

*The American Lung Association is accepting applications to the Master Home Environmentalist Spring 2002 Volunteer Training to be held March 12th - May 21 at the Seattle office.
  

522 overlay is a WSDOT project

*Commuters are reminded that the overlay work on State Route 522 that spans from 80th Avenue Northeast to approximately 100th Avenue Northeast in Bothell is a Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) project.
  

City road crews stay ahead of snow curve

*Once the first predictions of snow were broadcast recently, the Public Works Operations Division geared up with newly purchased snow removal and sanding equipment.
  

Bothell now offering passport services at Municipal Court

*BOTHELL - Beginning Monday, Feb. 4, citizens no longer need to commute outside the city to apply for a new or renewed passport. Bothell now offers passport services at the Bothell Municipal Court (10116 NE 183rd St.).
  

Volunteer drivers urgently needed

*Use your own vehicle to drive and accompany Northeast King County seniors to medical and other essential appointments.
  

New number for Washington Poison Center

*The only phone number you will need to reach the Washington Poison Center or any poison center across the country, anytime and anywhere is 1-800-222-1222.
  

Make a difference - become a King County Master Recycler Composter

*Sign up for King County's Master Recycler Compost program and learn how to protect the environment by reducing the amount of garbage generated and recycle wherever possible.
  

Volunteer drivers urgently needed

*Use your own vehicle to drive and accompany Northeast King County seniors to medical and other essential appointments.