This year, Seattle Public Utilities has increased the district’s water rates by 0.7 percent and King County increased rates for sewer treatment by 2.5 percent.
The delegation met with several legislators who represent Bothell and other regions of the state.
Health topics, including vaccines, vaping and long term care, also discussed at Bothell forum.
Congresswoman highlights 405-522/527 in Bothell, and other projects in need of federal funding.
Washington does not have regulations for recreational miners who use motorized equipment in search of gold.
The service offers a customizable alternative to public transportation.
Carlos Gil will speak about immigration, specifically the Mexican American experience.
Bothell has many women on its executive team and City Council.
King County’s female police chiefs outline their career paths.
Rep’s legislation addresses lead in school water and special education funding.
Community members attended a ‘push-in’ ceremony on Feb. 23.
The mayor asked Challenge Seattle and Microsoft to think of Bothell as an opportunity site.
Work began on Jan. 31, but construction was delayed due to inclement weather and conditions.
Aquatic centers and affordable housing were among the topics of the meeting with the King County Councilmember.
The program combines the joy of reading with the beauty of the great outdoors.
City is working with WSDOT on a construction window for the bridge.
Goals for 2019 include fiscal and environmental sustainability.
The long session started Jan. 14.
Issues range from tobacco to transportation to climate change.
An audience comment was perceived as a potential threat, though no crime occurred, police said.
City doesn’t like Sound Transit’s interim solution for SR 522/I-405 connection.
Procurement and impact fees were called out in audit reports from 2017.
NUHSA hosts three-part series on the issue and its impact on communities.