Bothell City Council members pose with Sen. Guy Palumbo (D-Maltby) and a $2 million check from the state, representing funds secured for preservation and conservation of land formerly occupied by the Wayne Golf Course. Photo via Twitter

Bothell City Council members pose with Sen. Guy Palumbo (D-Maltby) and a $2 million check from the state, representing funds secured for preservation and conservation of land formerly occupied by the Wayne Golf Course. Photo via Twitter

Bothell sees benefits of state budget investments

The city received a $2 million check to fund the preservation and conservation of Wayne Golf Course.

  • Wednesday, May 30, 2018 1:30pm
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At its May 15 meeting, the Bothell City Council received a ceremonial $2 million check from Sen. Guy Palumbo on behalf of the state Legislature for the purchase of Wayne Golf Course.

“I’m just happy that we’re going to be able to preserve this land for generations to come,” Palumbo said.

The 2018 state capital budget also included $3 million for UW Bothell for predesign for a new STEM sciences building and $29.5 million for a new parking structure at Cascadia College.

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