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One of the best kept secrets in Bothell is an established trail system within a forested canopy of about 75 acres, situated on the west side of the City and on the south edge of Snohomish County. It's mostly west and north of Shelton View Elementary School.
Community Events, May 2016
I saw the Letter to the Editor, titled "The City of Kenmore should be more sensitive to the bird it uses as a symbol," dated April 27 and wanted to respond.
I don't live in Kenmore, but for the last few years have looked forward to visiting there in the spring.
I can easily picture the concrete plant in Kenmore becoming a sort of Granville Island, with a public market, hotels, restaurants and a focus on art and art education.
It's with appreciation that I thank the Bothell Reporter for increasing awareness on the "deconstruction" of the SR 520 floating bridge, where it is proposed that the old SR 520 floating bridge be towed up-lake to the city of Kenmore and demolished … and The Daily World for increasing awareness regarding the devastating erosion the community of North Cove (12 miles south of Westport, Wash. on SR 105) is sustaining.