Northwest NEWS

September 9, 2002

Editorial

Get involved with the Downtown and Little Bear Creek Master Plan

*Several letters to the editor have been published in the past few weeks identifying concerns about the City of Woodinville's current efforts in the Downtown and Little Bear Creek Corridor Master Plans.
  
  

My take on Brightwater

*"Brightwater," what a clever name, it sounds like something from Brave New World, all squeaky clean on the outside while inside the workers twirl knobs and flush tons of sewage.
  
  

Brightwater is like a bad movie

*Brightwater is like a movie I saw in Texas in the late 1970s. It wasn't a movie you'd want to see back then, and it is depressing to see it now showing in Snohomish County.
  
  

Sewage plant is on

*I testified last Monday before the Woodinville City Council asking about their position on the Sewage plant known as Brightwater.
  
  

Innovativeness should be rewarded

*I would like to express my disappointment with the actions taken against Dr. Gulberg at Woodinville High School.
  
  

Mock funeral was successful

*Duvall's "Mock Funeral" was an incredible success. With good ol' small town humor and a bigger than expected participation from a variety of local businesses, a very big point was made: "Put your money where your house is."
  
  

Family grateful for love and support from community

*When we moved to Woodinville about 13 years ago, we had no idea what an incredible community we had joined.
  
  

Program turns daughter into reader

*I am writing in response to last weeks story on Northshore School District's LITERACY LINKS.
  
  

Bridge art makes waiting

*This is an open thank you to the clever person/people who decorated the Northeast cornerstone of the 124th Street bridge over the Snoqualmie River recently
  
  

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