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As of election night on Nov. 6, both the levy and bond were passing.
Two board members resigned after a tumultuous summer.
The rare example of the Late Romanesque Revival style was unanimously designated as a city landmark.
City staff presented a two-bay option and a one-bay option for the boathouse to council.
Both are facing challenges with rising costs and insufficient revenues.
The city hosted a ribbon cutting on Oct. 4.
The focus was on education issues, including funding and preparing students for the future.
A levy and bond on the November ballot would increase police and fire funding.
The city hopes to encourage development of ADUs as an affordable housing option.
The council voted to preserve some parks and upzone others in 10 years.
Its contract with the city of Lake Forest Park is expiring in 2019.
Snohomish Conservation District partners with the city to install green stormwater infrastructure.
Incumbents leading after initial Aug. 7 election results.
Discussion focuses on upzoning and preservation of existing units, including mobile homes.
City plans to provide more information to help residents plan their back to school commute.
Bothell firefighter, volunteer and “rad dad” Kirk Robinson is battling metastatic melanoma.
Before their recess, city leaders review some important topics.
The project features new ballfield renovations, restrooms, a picnic shelter and play area upgrade.
Local officials, transit representatives discuss construction, funding progress on I-405 projects.
A levy will support police and fire operations, and a bond will help rebuild two fire stations.