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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.
Citizens encouraged the council to renew its commitment to preserving green space in the city.
City faces financial challenges in meeting demand for, and cost of, services with current revenues.
The old seminary building in the park will be preserved and turned into a lodge, opening in 2020.
Both cities had tree lighting ceremonies during the first weekend of December.
Photographs by Eric Demattos will be on display from November to January.
The city is using banked capacity to fund programs and keep up with inflation.
Sen. Guy Palumbo of the 1st Legislative District said there’s momentum on the issue in Olympia.
New sidewalks and bike lanes will connect Bothell High School to downtown.
Shoreline master programs protect and restore valuable aquatic resources for future generations.
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.