“I guess I’m just not an agent for change,” said B-Z Davis.
A project manager for Seattle’s Low Income Housing Institute, Mike Woo estimated that market rates for one of the new four-bedroom town homes on Northeast 182nd Street would reach about $350,000.
The University of Washington, Bothell and CMC ICOS Biologics, a company dedicated to contract development and manufacturing for the biotechnology sector, have announced a public/private agreement.
Lisa Marie Hammel has joined the Bothell law firm of Williams & Williams PSC. The practice represents municipal and private clients in real estate, construction, civil litigation and condemnation cases. Hammel brings more than 12 years of experience litigating construction, contract, real estate, consumer and medical malpractice cases to the firm.
Since its founding in 2006, the Business Development Center at the University of Washington, Bothell, has worked with businesses ranging from a new Amoco franchise to a computer hardware refurbishing company that was pulling in an annual revenue of $50 million.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has become part of E-Cycle Washington, a free, convenient and environmentally responsible recycling program for computers, monitors, laptops and televisions.
While city officials say Bothell is, in general, holding its own during the current economic downturn, one local company has called at least a temporary halt to what had been some imminent, major expansion plans.