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Two superb ensembles from Ingelmoor High School – the string orchestra and wind ensemble – made special appearances with Distinguished Concerts International New York (DCINY), performing as part of the concerts Grant Us Peace at Carnegie Hall on April 12, and Ring of Fire at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center on April 13.
Community Events, April 2015
A KING 5 television investigation in the last couple of days, talked about the beautiful golf course, and conflicts of interest in the city council. The Bothell Reporter has also produced excellent articles on this dilemma.
On February 11, 2014, the Bothell City Council held a study session for AB #14-24, the appointment of the Salary Commission.
Bothell Mayor Joshua Freed opposed OneBothell’s repeated requests for cooperation and assistance in preserving the whole of the Wayne Golf Course open land (both front- and back-nine). Mayor Freed’s obstruction and opposition are visible on the Feb. 10 Bothell recorded City Council meeting available on YouTube.
I saw a letter in the Bothell Reporter the other day that stated that Bothell is a better place with Freed as mayor. This one positive letter was surrounded by negative letters from every side concerning the mayor. And when the letter stated that the mayor understands the private sector, it became apparent that there are two very different meanings to the term "private sector."