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As a local small business owner for over a decade, it's important to me how our city manages its garbage contractors because we citizens and business owners ultimately pay the tab for those decisions.
During my campaign for city council last year, I was often asked if I supported the effort for a new city hall for Bothell.
The Bothell Landmark Preservation Board would like you to participate in its extended Preservation Month activities.
I find it interesting that in all of the discussions concerning marijuana there has been little or nothing said about the negative aspects. Users like to point out that it is no worse than alcohol. Excusing one bad behavior with another bad behavior is silly.
The Metropolitan King County Council drew attention to the importance of arts education for the students throughout King County declaring May as Arts Education Month on May 5.
Since Bothell's current garbage hauling contract with Waste Management ends on Dec. 31, the city sought bids for providing service for the next seven-and-a-half years.
Thoughtful citizens in King County must vote “no” on yet another unfair Metro Transit tax hike — inequitable both for present and potential transit users and also for taxpayers countywide — to remind officials elected here to represent their constituents far more faithfully.
During the March 24 Kenmore City Council meeting a few people spoke of street lights in their neighborhoods that were not working.
The Reporter’s long article on “Real Hope bill brings promise...” leaves out many factors.
Three people were chosen to serve on a Salary Commission at the on March 4 Bothell City Council meeting.
As tournament fever spikes for high school basketball fans throughout the state of Washington, the regrettable Regional format that has replaced the Classic 16-Team Tournament leaves many basketball players and fans wanting.
Put Russell Wilson’s $500,000 salary on every seat on every professional football stadium and you might visualize the enormity of just the last $1.1 trillion federal spending bill. And that is for only through September.
A huge thank you to those at Kenmore City Hall for facilitating the removal of trucks and cars parked next to the Burke Gilman Trail on NE 175th St.
Are evaluations ever going to be done in a timely manner so that inmates will not have to wait days and months? This is a serious problem in the court system. It has been more than three weeks and my son is still waiting in jail for his evaluation.
A foundation for a strong community and healthy democracy is full disclosure of relevant information. We also need great schools.
I would like to make a few points about the Northshore School District bond that is on your ballot.
Educating our students is a shared responsibility that benefits all of us - whether we are currently parents of school-age children or not.
I attended the recent community meeting about Saint Edward’s State Park.
If you live in the Northshore School District, you and your children have access to a truly superb public education system.
I am a parent of two boys at Fernwood Elementary in the north end of Northshore School District.