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The grant amounted to $750,000.
The project seeks to further develop the area’s business park and retail/service activity centers.
The city’s operating and capital budgets have question marks on them following the passage of I-976.
Emerald Ballet Theatre is once again bringing “The Nutcracker” to the Northshore Performing Arts Center.
The nonprofit was formed in 1971 and has been making a difference in Bothell ever since.
The annual event — by now a tradition for many Washington cities — returns to the Kirkland Performance Center in December.
The task force is intended to assist the city in addressing a probable operating budget deficit.
The city recently approved a design-build agreement.
The North Sound RADAR Navigator program received $80,000 for mental health professional services.
Talks on the project started in 2015.
The event is being put on by the Social Justice Organizers group.
The 2020 legislative session is set for Jan. 13.
The council ultimately didn’t support or oppose the prospective jurisdiction.
Bids on the project will be coming in November.
Bothell City Council recently approved a pilot program extension.
The boathouse is slated to open in late summer, early fall 2020.
Robinson, remembered by loved ones as a selfless and genuinely kind person, died on Oct. 4.
The event was held at the Northshore Senior Center last Monday.
Inside the sequel to “The Bothell Hell House: Poltergeist of Washington State.”
The levy will be voted on by the public in November.