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After further review, only seven private roads are of concern to the waste removal service provider.
Money will go toward early education and postsecondary support.
The report was originally due in October but has been extended until next spring.
Li Hengda has a dance academy in Bellevue.
Celebration planned for Sept. 13-15.
It’s set to reap $100 million over the next 20 years from state coffers.
A work group reported back to the city council on August 20.
People called in to report having heard and maybe even seen the animal, but few reports are confirmed.
The developer will instead apply to install the tower on an existing utility pole.
Police blotter for July 8-15.
David Frank Wolter delivered over 7,000 babies in his career as OB-GYN.
The $48,500 per year will be used for the ongoing work to reduce binge and heavy-drinking rate of Island Youth.
Tom Norris, Sid Boegl, Doug Wilkinson, and Jack Nelson take flight in a 1942 Boeing Stearman.
The animal has not been spotted since the initial report was made
Police blotter for July 19-23.
The Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan covers nearly 60 planning partners, including Mercer Island.
Juliana Kang Robinson designed the new artwalk intersection University and 1st Avenue near Harbor Steps and the Seattle Art Museum.
Revolution Psychiatry helps patients suffering with alcoholism or drug abuse, among other disorders.
Next steps for the zoning effort will be discussed on Aug. 20.
New criteria must be met before a tree is removed outside of development.