Northwest NEWS

July 8, 2002

Local News

Public invited to help develop design guidelines for Brightwater treatment plant

* Four public workshops are scheduled in July and August to help develop design guidelines that architects will use for the Brightwater wastewater treatment plant serving south Snohomish County and north King County.
  
  

Police Beat

*A man in the 14000 block of Northeast 181st reported the theft of car speakers and several CDs from his car.
  

Brightwater Q & A

*Comment: Residents who live nearby the Route 9 site feel they have a lack of representation in the process.
  

License fees increase

*A number of vehicle and driver related fees increased July 1 to reduce inequities and bring them in line with processing costs.
  

Master Plan workshops

*A workshop for the Downtown and Little Bear Creek Corridor Master Plans is set for Thursday, July 11, at Woodinville City Hall, 17301 133rd Ave. NE.
  

Volunteer drivers needed

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

Senior Girl Scouts honored for leadership

*Erica Anderson and Victoria (Vicki) Hinkle, both of Bothell, were recently honored as two of America's future leaders during Girl Scouts' annual Young Women of Achievement Event
  

Aird graduates from jump school, on his way to Italy

*Brandon Aird was recently home in Woodinville on leave from the Army. Aird (WHS, 2001) completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C., in the first group to graduate after 9-11.
  

Duvall seeks applicants for two additional council seats

*The city of Duvall is seeking applicants to fill two new positions on the Duvall City Council.
  

Duvall Police Report

*Officers responded to the area of 28000 block of NE 142nd for an assault in progress.