At the Monday, September 26, 2016 meeting of the King County Council, the following actions were taken:
KING COUNTY BUDGET: Received the King County Budget for the years 2017 and 2018 from Executive Proposed Budget from County Executive Dow Constantine. For more information on the Budget process, visit the Council’s Budget website
RECOGNITIONS AND PROCLAMATIONS:
--Councilmembers proclaimed the week of September 26 - October 2, 2016 as Diaper Need Awareness Week in King County
BEST START FOR KIDS: Unanimously approved a supplemental appropriation to the Department of Community and Human Services and to the Department of Public Health (Substitute Ordinance 2016-0282.2).
VETERANS AND HUMAN SERVICES LEVY: Called for the executive's response informing council deliberations regarding possible renewal of the veterans and human services levy (Substitute Motion 2016-0419.2).
CULTURE GRANTS: Acknowledged receipt of the Community 4Culture Equity Grants Implementation Plan (Motion 2016-0384).
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Tuesday, September 27, 2016
|Photo by Jerry Pickard|
- Live performances by the band.
- Instrument 'petting zoo', where you can give it a try.
- Uniform demonstration.
- Crafts and coloring for the littles.
- Informational talks by junior band members and instructors.
- Practice chanters, drums sticks and drum pads available for sale.
Questions? - Contact them through Facebook, phone 206-508-1261, email, or see their website.
Shorenorth Co-op Preschool is offering a free trial class for parents and infants from birth to 1 year old on Tuesday, October 4, 11, or 25, from 1:45 to 3:15pm.
To sign up, email Shorenorth and for more information visit their website.
Three separate cases were filed late Friday in Thurston County Superior Court against the political committees, their principals — Eyman, Jack Fagan and Mike Fagan — as well as their treasurer, Barbara Smith.
“Washington’s campaign finance laws require, and Washingtonians deserve fair, accurate and timely disclosure,” Ferguson said. “When political committees create confusion rather than transparency, I will hold them and the people in charge accountable.”
One complaint alleges that the “Tougher to Raise Taxes” committee improperly repaid loans totaling over $1 million it received from Eyman and three individuals, because it lacked any kind of written loan agreement and failed to report in-kind contributions it received from other committees in the form of interest payments.
The second complaint alleges that committee “Bring Back Our $30 Car Tabs” violated state disclosure laws by failing to file an independent expenditure report disclosing its spending on campaign ads against candidates who had opposed a separate Eyman-backed initiative. The complaint also alleges that the committee failed to accurately disclose $3,297.75 in interest payments it made on a loan for “Tougher to Raise Taxes.”
A third complaint alleges the “2/3rds-for-Taxes Constitutional Amendment” committee failed to accurately disclose a $599.66 interest payment it made on a loan for “Tougher to Raise Taxes.”
The complaint also alleges that the committee failed to account properly for all contributions it received.
Senior Assistant Attorney General Linda Dalton and Assistant Attorney General Chad Standifer are handling the cases for the state.
Since becoming Attorney General, Attorney General Ferguson has devoted more agency resources and a full-time attorney position to campaign finance casework.
|Photo courtesy NWOS|
This is a regional show that will feature displays by orchid societies and vendors from throughout the Pacific Northwest who will be competing for coveted American Orchid Society awards.
There will also be talks on various aspects of orchid growing Saturday and Sunday afternoons and a free repotting service.
There will be several orchid vendors from Washington and Idaho who will be selling orchids not found in common outlets. Free door prizes will also be awarded throughout both days.
Orchid hobbyists will be on hand to answer questions. A complete list of vendors and their specialties plus speakers and times will be posted at the society’s website and Facebook page
The NWOS is a regional organization with members throughout the Puget Sound area. It meets the second Monday of every month at 7pm from September through June at the Center for Urban Horticulture (near University Village: 3501 NE 41st St., Seattle). Meetings are open to the public.
For more information contact show chair Harvey Brenneise, 909-786-6419 (cell).
|Photo courtesy Shoreline LFP Arts Council|
6X6NW submissions are due Friday, September 30, so don't miss your chance to take pART in this exciting exhibition and sale of miniature artworks to support the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council.
Each artwork must be 6”x 6” and artists may enter up to 10 artworks of any medium (2D or 3D). There is no fee to enter and participation is open to all — no art background required! All entries will be exhibited during 6X6NW on October 8 and offered for sale to the public for $36 each. Artists can choose to take a 34% commission or donate 100% of the proceeds from the sale of their work to benefit future Arts Council programming.
Prizes will be awarded in several categories, including People's Choice, and participants will receive 6 free tickets to the event (a $60 value), 1 drink ticket (a $6 value), and recognition on the Art Council’s website.
To register, visit this webpage, fill out the registration form (no artwork photos needed), and follow the simple instructions for submitting your work to the Arts Council either in person or by mail (postmarked by September 29). 18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline 98155
6X6NW is a fundraiser to support Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council programming and will be held on Saturday, October 8 in the Lobby of the Student Union Building at Shoreline Community College – 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Bldg. 9000, Shoreline, WA 98133.
The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.
This notice is posted pursuant to RCW 8.25.290
The citizens of Shoreline passed a bond measure in 2015 to provide funding for a new fire station.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Fire Commissioners of Shoreline Fire Department will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, October 6, 2016 to consider whether to take final action to adopt a Resolution authorizing condemnation of real property for construction of a new Fire Station 63 under Chapter 52.12.021 RCW. The Board of Commissioners will consider taking final action to adopt the proposed condemnation Resolution at the Public Hearing.
All interested persons may attend the Public Hearing and be heard regarding the planned final action of adopting the proposed condemnation Resolution.
DATE OF HEARING: Thursday, October 6, 2016
TIME OF HEARING: 5:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Shoreline Fire Department Headquarters / Station 61 First Floor Meeting Room, 17525 Aurora Avenue North, Shoreline, WA 98133
Notice posted by: Pam Webb
September 27, 2016
Soft skills is a term often associated with a person's "EQ" (Emotional Intelligence Quotient), the cluster of personality traits, social graces, communication, language, personal habits, interpersonal skills, managing people, leadership, etc. that characterize relationships with other people.
Other examples of soft skills: Communicating well verbally, as well as non-verbally. Making good decisions. Adaptability. Problem solving. Commitment, Flexibility, Time Management.
Friday, September 30, 1:00-2:30pm
Shoreline Community College Room 9202, Building 9000
SCC Campus Map and Parking
Continuing Education Fall Class Schedule
Chair, Classified Staff Professional Development Committee
Photo by Robert Mann
9-27-16 at Kellogg MS Courts
Shorecrest 6 - Mountlake Terrace 1
Shorecrest overall record 11 - 0
Shorecrest lost one singles game but won the rest to bring their overall team record to 11 wins and 0 losses.
Photo by Robert Mann
1. Faiz Khan SC vs Jeremy Ansdell 2-6, 6-3, 5-7
2. Cole Batra SC vs Adam Lorraine 6-0, 6-3
3. Jacob Goldstein-Street SC vs Max Leidig 6-0, 6-0
4. Steven Zhu SC vs Ben McGraney 6-0, 6-1
1. Reed Tangeman / Kasey Shibayama SC vs Trevor Swanson / Drake Day 6-4, 6-3
2. Chris King / Winston Park SC vs Max Knibbe / Alec Ung 6-2, 6-1
3. Sam Rowbotham / Tae Min Hong SC vs Morgan Subert / Owen Jones 6-7 (4-7), 7-5, 6-4
--Coach Robert Mann
|David Kim at net and Tae Min Hong in the back|
Photo by Robert Mann
Shorecrest varsity boys' tennis
9-26-16 at Oak Harbor
Shorecrest 6 - Oak Harbor 1
Shorecrest overall record 10-0
Shorecrest gave up one singles match to Oak Harbor but won the rest, to maintain their unbeaten team record.
1. Cole Batra SC vs Jackson Wezoman 3-6, 2-6
2. Jacob Goldstein-Street SC vs Jeremy Mitchell 6-1, 6-1
3. Steven Zhu SC vs Nathanael Thompson 6-0, 6-0
4. Winston Park SC vs Matthew Kolden 6-0, 6-0
1. Reed Tangeman / Kasey Shibayama SC vs Jacob Schermerhorn / Corban Phipps 6-0, 6-1
2. Tae Min Hong / David Kim SC vs John Bird / Trenton Cone 6-4, 6-2
3. Sam Rowbotham / Micah Glesener SC vs Ryan Mene / Enrique Perrez-Herronz 6-3, 6-0
--Coach Robert Mann
Obituaries are condensed biographies of people's lives, written by the people who loved them. Like a memorial service, they tell us things we may not have known about the person, and may leave us wishing we had known them better.
Obituaries from The Seattle Times
|Blessing the animals at St. Dunstan's|
|Communion at St. Dunstan's|
Oh, and yes, all creatures are welcome! For a couple of years, we had a guy that came with his boa constrictor wrapped around his shoulders!
By the way, on a typical Sunday, we have three to four dogs in our congregation. When we say “All are Welcome” we mean it!
The Northshore Emergency Management Coalition (NEMCO), a collaborative effort between the cities of Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Northshore Fire, and the Northshore Utility District, is hosting a free Emergency Preparedness Workshop on Saturday, October 1, 2016, from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Lunch is provided!
Attendees receive four hours of hands-on training, covering basic preparedness topics including emergency kits, communications, water supply, generator operation and safety, and more.
The goal is to raise at least $300 by the end of October to match what is in the chapter budget.
Click here for more details and to donate.
Every dollar will help! And please share the link with others to spread the word and help make this happen!
You can learn more about the chapter here.
Monday, September 26, 2016
Thunderbird Select Hoops is the basketball feeder program for Shorewood High School for 4th-8th grade boys.
The program was formed in 2007 to help prepare local boys with the essential skills to compete at Shorewood HS.
Boys attending Einstein, Echo Lake, Highland Terrace, Meridian Park, Cascade Community K-8, Parkwood or Syre (or attending a private school but live within the SWHS boundary) are invited to try out for Thunderbird Select teams.
There will be one team of 9-12 boys formed in each of the five grade levels from 4th-8th grades.
Practices begin in October, and league games are played on Saturdays and occasional Sundays from late November thru early March. This is a not-for-profit, fee-based AAU “Select” basketball program for motivated athletes.
Please pre-register online
Sunday 10/2/16 at Shorewood High School (Fremont Ave and NW 175th Street)
• 4th and 5th Grade – 3:30 to 5pm
• 6th, 7th and 8th Grade – 5 to 6:30pm
Weekday tryouts at Einstein Middle School (3rd Ave NW and NW 195th Street)
➢ Monday October 3
• 8th Grade – 7 to 8:30pm
➢ Tuesday October 4
• 4th and 5th Grade – 5 to 6:30pm
• 6th and 7th Grade – 7 to 8:30pm
➢ Wednesday October 5
• 8th Grade - 7 to 8:30pm
➢ Thursday October 6
• 4th and 5th Grade – 5 to 6:30pm
• 6th and 7th Grade – 7 to 8:30pm
IMPORTANT TRYOUT INFORMATION:
➢ Arrive 10 minutes early
➢ Wear a numbered reversible jersey or a numbered t-shirt
➢ Bring a basketball (make sure your name is on it) towel and water bottle
➢ Players are encouraged to attend at least 2 Tryout Sessions
“The Shoreline School District is providing information about this activity as a service to our families and students. This activity is NOT sponsored by the school district and the district assumes no responsibility for conduct or safety of the activity. In consideration for the privilege to distribute these materials, the school district shall be held harmless from any cause of action, claim, or petition filed in any court or administrative tribunal arising out of the distribution of these materials, including all costs, attorneys fees, and judgments or awards.”
|Guess where the koi show was at?|
Text and photos by Jerry Pickard
Washington Koi and Water Garden Society held their 25th Annual Koi Show Saturday and Sunday September 24 and 25 at Sky Nursery.
|Wind socks, t-shirts, pens, mobiles - all things koi for sale|
In 1990 on a cold winter night Chris and Val Moore, owners of Moorehaven Water Gardens, got together with twelve of their steady customers and officially founded Washington Koi and Water Garden Society.
Word got out and at the next meeting in January of 1991 thirty five people showed up and joined the club.
|Members brought their prize fish for the beauty contest|
Club meetings were interesting and informative, with a guest speaker at each meeting lecturing on all aspects of Koi keeping, including care and feeding, diseases and treatment, water quality, and classification of the Koi.
|Baby koi for sale|
Meetings were fun and snacks were provided by members on a rotating basis. Guest speakers were video taped and copies of the tapes were available from the club's library. The first show was staged at Country Village north of Bothell with judges from Japan and U.S. clubs.
|2016 Grand Champion|
This year's show at Sky Nursery - their 25th - was well attended. Adult koi were auctioned off with lively bidding.
Club meetings are held at the Bothell Police Station from January through May. June, July and August meetings are usually held at Commercial member's places of business.
September through November also are held at the Bothell Police Station. No meeting in December.
Visitors are welcome. For more information, contact the membership chair.
|Photo copyright Marc Weinberg|
Text and photo, Marc Weinberg
Sometimes children do the funniest things. This was a priceless moment at the Saturday Shoreline market.
This little person saw the perfect jacket at the Saturday Market and unzipped it off the mannequin before his mom could intervene.
Right after this moment, his mom returned the jacket on the mannequin and her son found something else on a hangar and he was hard at work removing it too.
The North City Tech Meetup is pleased to announce that we are featuring Rob Hoyt, CEO of Firmamentum and Tethers Unlimited, Inc. as our guest speaker on October 3rd.
This meetup is free and open to the public the first Monday of each month, 7 to 9pm at either the Shoreline Library or the Lake Forest Park library (depending on availability).
You may RSVP at the above link, but you’re always welcome to attend in any case. The main purpose of this monthly meetup is for tech oriented folk to meet and chat without having to fight the traffic to get downtown!
The City of Kenmore has expressed its concerns about chronic electrical power outages in its neighborhoods.
What seems to be more than our share of outages has been an ongoing issue for many years, with the latest major outage on a warm, sunny day.
Puget Sound Energy (PSE), a for-profit corporation, is the electric utility provider for Kenmore as well as neighboring cities of Bothell, Kirkland, and Woodinville.
PSE’s proposed improvements are a step in the right direction; however, we are not convinced that they are enough to address Kenmore’s ongoing reliability problems. We have data that shows that eight of Kenmore’s 10 neighborhood circuits are performing below PSE’s average for reliability.
The City of Kenmore says that it has and will continue to voice concerns about electric power reliability to PSE, and citizens and businesses are encouraged to do the same. You can do so by calling PSE at 425-424-6446 or by emailing PSE at RaeLynn.Asah@pse.com.
In addition, PSE customers can also contact the Utilities and Trade Commission to voice their concerns. Fill out the Online Complaint Form, or call toll-free 1-888-333-WUTC (9882).
Parenting with Positive Discipline
A 7 week course for parents of toddlers to high-school age children. Based on Positive Discipline by Jane Nelsen, this class offers many additional tools to teach children appropriate behavior and life skills, while maintaining the dignity and respect of adults and children in the process.
Tuesdays, October 4 - November 15; 6:30-8:30pm
Couples or individuals
Dale Turner Family YMCA
Register through the Y at 206-363-0446.
For more information check out the flier or contact Sahara Pirie
Police throughout the country are re-thinking their approach to people with mental health issues and cognitive disorders, especially when they are responding to individuals in crisis.
Both the police officers and the community members agreed that police needed more information to better respond to individuals in crisis.
In a June 2016 survey of Shoreline officers, 75% said the options they have when responding to calls relating to people with behavioral health issues are unsatisfactory.
The City, working with the Eastside chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is in the process of surveying NAMI members / community members who are parents or caregivers of people with behavioral health issues.
According to preliminary results, these respondents wish that officers had more information when responding to calls.
Under RADAR, the Shoreline Police Department will work proactively with city residents to plan for situations involving individuals with mental or behavioral health issues in crisis.
“These survey results show that the need for a new approach is shared by both Shoreline officers and residents,” says Kim Hendrickson, RADAR’s Project Coordinator. “When it comes to safely and effectively addressing mental health challenges, there is no police-community divide.”
RADAR is a three-year program funded by the Smart Policing Initiative of the Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice, and King County’s Mental Health and Chemical Dependency fund. For more information on the recent surveys, contact lead researcher and George Mason University Assistant Professor Charlotte Gill. For more information about RADAR, visit the project website.
|Photo by Janet Way|
The crown of the tree appears to be glowing in the sunshine. It looks like it hasn't quite made up its mind whether it is summer or autumn.
Sunday, September 25, 2016
A 54 minute documentary film focusing on the challenges and dangers that Foreign Service Officers face, as well as on less visible consular and commercial duties they perform.
NOTE that this event begins at 6:30pm, in order to accommodate viewing the film and having a good discussion.
Corrected room number 9-26-2016
Dates for Bastyr University's 2016 Haunted Trails are October 14th, 15th, 21st and 22nd!
Haunting begins at 7 pm and tickets are only $20.
Trick or Treat for tots starts at 5 pm and is $5 (and doesn't include the scary stuff).
Bastyr University is located in Kenmore at the top of the hill on 14500 Juanita Dr NE, Kenmore 98028 in property adjacent to St. Edwards Park.
|Pinky Agarwal, MD|
NorthWest Parkinson's Foundation (NWPF) presents a new education series: Ask the Expert.
By Evan Smith
Incumbent Democratic 32nd District State Rep. Ruth Kagi and Republican challenger David Schirle recently shared far different views on what the legislature should do to meet the State Supreme Court’s order to provide full support for basic education. Both have sent responses to a question about how the legislature should pay for public schools.
Kagi and Schirle will meet on the November ballot to represent the 32nd District, which includes the city of Shoreline and part of northwest Seattle, Woodway and nearby unincorporated areas, south Edmonds, the city of Lynnwood, part of Mountlake Terrace.
Here are the candidates’ statements in the order that their names will appear on the ballot and in the voters’ pamphlet:
Although the Legislature has increased funding to K-12 schools by $2.8 billion in the past three years, the challenge faced by the next legislature is to fund teacher compensation and local levies -- without decimating other important services. Cutting our early learning, mental health, child welfare and other supports for children and families to fund education would be self-defeating.
There are many possible approaches to addressing the funding problem. Levy reform, which would distribute funding more equitably to districts across urban and rural areas, is part of the solution but must be combined with new revenue to assure urban districts are not damaged.
Several revenue options to fund our schools passed the House previously, raising over a billion dollars by closing tax exemptions (including the water-bottle and out-of-state sales-tax exemptions), extending the B and O tax surcharge, and closing some business tax exemptions. I also support a capital gains tax on the top 5 percent of our wealthiest residents to fund education. Washington has the most regressive tax system in the country, and is one of seven states without a capital gains tax.
All sides must be willing to compromise to reach a solution that fully funds education.
|David D. Schirle|
The State is supposed to fund education. The legislature already is funding education. The Supreme Court has decided that they did not spend enough money. Does anyone else see what’s wrong with that picture? Can the Court legally do this? Should the court do this? NO!
The question being asked is what would I do about funding education. Well we are funding education already. But our Supreme Court has decided that the State Legislature has not met its obligations. The answer seems simple enough. The court does not fund anything. Nor can it decide if something is being funded properly. Not too much or too little. They do not have the authority. They should not have the authority. This is why we have the legislature: To pass Laws and to fund those laws. In this matter the legislature should basically ignore the court.
Do we need to spend more on education? Of course the answer will always be YES. But we are limited. There is only so much money. I think there is much wrong with how we are educating. But money alone will not fix those problems. There must be a shift in how we solve the problem first.
Evan Smith can be reached at email@example.com.
Photo courtesy Everett Clinic
Located at 1201 N 175th St, the Everett Clinic is 40,000 square feet, with primary care, walk-in clinic, lab and x-ray services, vision center and care from several medical specialty providers.
“We’re extending our family of primary care and specialty care providers into the Shoreline community to serve patients’ needs and provide excellent patient care,” said Cindy Bowers, medical director of The Everett Clinic Shoreline, an urgent care physician and member of The Everett Clinic’s Clinical Leadership Board.
|Medical receptionists are ready to check in patients.|
The City of Shoreline, Trader Joe’s, Mud Bay, One Cup Coffee, King County Library2Go and Dale Turner Family YMCA helped welcome the Clinic to the neighborhood.
|Activities and info booths marked the day|
“We are excited to welcome The Everett Clinic to Shoreline,” said City of Shoreline Mayor Chris Roberts. “Not only will it provide excellent and convenient healthcare to Shoreline residents close to home, but it will also bring close to 200 jobs to our community.”
In addition to family medicine, internal medicine and pediatrics providers, the Shoreline Clinic will have specialists in behavioral health, allergy and asthma, dermatology, OB/GYN, occupational medicine, optometry, pulmonary and sleep medicine, podiatry and physical therapy.
The clinic will be open Monday through Saturday with evening hours. Patients may call 206-401-3200 to book appointments in advance or go online for more information.
For urgent care, the walk-in clinic will be open 8am – 7:30pm weekdays and 9am – 7:30pm Saturdays and Sundays.
The Shoreline Clinic is modeled after The Everett Clinic’s Smokey Point Medical Center which opened in 2012 in Marysville and has earned honors for its patient-centered healthcare design. The construction project team includes Seattle firms Pacific Project Management, ZGF Architects and Abbott Construction. ZFG and Abbott built the award-winning Smokey Point clinic.
The Lake Forest Park Citizens' Commission will not be meeting this 4th Tuesday of September, to plan the ST3 Forum for next month (October).
Residents are encouraged to attend the (Special) Additional Planning Commission Meeting in Lake Forest Park, to continue working on the Tree Ordinance Update during the 6-Month Moratorium.
|Seattle Wind Symphony 2015|
Looking ahead, they are incorporating a holiday concert into this season's program on December 10. Details will be published at a later date.
Tuesday, September 27 at 7pm
In her second adventure, 1920s photographer Nellie Burns heads into the Idaho Mountains with her black lab, Moonshine, to take photos for a railroad's travel brochure. They tag along with a sheep rancher and his Basque herder. When they arrive at the camp, they find murder.
Big Science for Little People (Roost)
Thursday, September 29 at 7pm
Make your child's first forays into science fun! 52 clever and easy experiments for things that will zip, zoom, and fly, and fizz, bubble, and burst. For children ages 4 to 8.
Saturday, October 1 at 6:30pm
Offers a new and practical understanding of children’s emotions and upset moments, and shares effective tools for easing the stress of parenting during even the most challenging interactions parents face each day.
|Don Lucho's Chicharron sandwich has Lightly fried pork, lettuce, |
yams, Sarza Criolla and Rocoto or Aji Amarillo sauce
The Ridgecrest Public House at 5th NE and NE 165th sponsors food trucks outside their business every day of the week.
Those over 21 are welcome to bring their food inside the Pub to eat. And you can take in a movie at the Crest movie theater after you eat.
Outdoor seating is available at nearby picnic tables.
Ridgecrest Public House Food Truck Schedule 5-9pm daily:
Mon 9.26: Anchor End Pretzel Shoppe - sands on soft pretzels
Tue 9.27: Don Luchos - Peruvian flavored sands
Wed 9.28: Napkin Friends - home of the latke press sand
Thu 9.29: The Peach and The Pig - pork, chicken, mushroom sands, cooked veggies
Fri 9.30: Streetzeria - a dozen different pizzas
Sat 10.01: Chezbogz - homecooked Filipino food from a family owned and operated business
Sun 10.02: Nimmerdogs - fully loaded hot dogs
Stop inside and get a bouquet of dahlias in return for a donation to the Senior Center.
Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter week ending 9-19-2016.
Drunks picked up at Chase Bank, Woody's Tavern, park bench at 155th and Aurora, and Trader Joe's parking lot and taken to detox.
9-11 Transient eating from dumpster in Polaris apartment complex Trespassed.
9-11 Homeowner left house for limited time and burglar got in through the doggy door at 147xx 22nd Ave.
9-11 19 year old male reported that his mother threatened him on Facebook.
9-11 Homeowner out for the evening. Burglar forced door at 178xx 24th Ave NW and stole a rifle.
9-12 Person stopped for bicycle violation was in possession of meth and drug paraphernalia.
9-12 White male driving a dark Blue Scion exposed himself in front of a minor female at 76 Station on 15th NE.
9-12 Homeless man sleeping under building at Sunrise Dental on Firlands.
9-12 Male sleeping in vehicle at Brown Bear carwash was a convicted felon with a pistol and drug paraphernalia.
9-12 House broken into again at 12xx N 171st - side door kicked in.
9-12 Fireworks confiscated from three juveniles at Brugger's Bog.
9-12 Heroin addict Trespassed from Walgreen's after attempted shoplift.
9-14 Neighbor dispute - mental complaint. Man reported dispute with two neighbors after he confronted one eating a hot dog. (sorry - that's all the information provided).
9-14 Forced entry burglary through window at 23xx NE 168th.
9-14 Apple iPad stolen from unlocked apartment at Meadowbrook.
9-14 Unknown subjects fired multiple gunshots rounds at house 180xx 12th NE. Resident did not know who and declined to assist in investigation.
9-15 Disorderly subject Trespassed from Shari's after trying to pay with an empty gift card.
9-16 Woman accidentally locked out of condo with 8 month old baby inside.
9-17 Subject exposing himself inside JoAnn Fabric store.
Saturday, September 24, 2016
|Just one of the dozen and a half amendments|
proposed to the Planning Commission rezone
which will be argued at City Council Monday
Monday, September 26, 2016 – Regular Meeting 7:00pm
Agenda Highlights - Link to full Agenda
- Proclamation of Safe Shoreline Month
- Adoption of Ordinance Nos. 750, 751, 752, and 756 – 145th Street Station Subarea Plan Package and Amendments to Development Regulations Related to Light Rail Station Subareas (145th and 185th)
The packet for the meeting contains numerous proposed zoning map amendments. Starting with page 15 you will find Potential Amendment maps A through M. Each map has the recommendation from the Planning Commission, with a second map showing proposed amendments from one or more councilmembers.
Have you ever thought about putting solar panels on your house or business, but weren’t sure how to proceed?
|Shoreline drain with medallion|
Photo courtesy City of Shoreline
By joining the Adopt-A-Drain Program you help:
- Prevent localized flooding in your neighborhood.
- Improve traffic flow and maintain pedestrian access, especially for children and the elderly.
- Protect fish and other wildlife by keeping pollutants from entering streams, lakes, and Puget Sound.
New participants that do not have their drains already marked will have medallions installed in spring / summer.
Learn more about the program or sign-up here or call Surface Water Utility at 206-801-2450.
Photos by Wayne Pridemore
Shorewood football played Everett Friday night 9-23-2016 at Shoreline Stadium. Final score Everett 28 - Shorewood 7.