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Tonight: Woodinville City Council to Discuss Old Woodinville Schoolhouse, Eastside Rail Corridor

Tuesday's Woodinville City Council agenda includes discussion of a possible ballot measure for the Old Woodinville Schoolhouse and discussion of the Eastside rail corridor, among other items.

Tuesday's Woodinville City Council agenda includes discussion of a possible ballot measure for the Old Woodinville Schoolhouse and discussion of the Eastside rail corridor, among other items. The council meets at Woodinville City Hall at 7 p.m. Feb. 12. Below is the agenda:

CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL FLAG SALUTE APPROVAL OF AGENDA ORDER AND CONTENT PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

1. Approval of Project Acceptance with Lakeside Industries, Inc. for 2012 Overlay Project in the Amount of $744,049.07 STUDY SESSION ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION OR REVIEW

 

2. Review of Park & Recreation Commission Recommendation Regarding Neighborhood Parks to Home Owners Associations

3. Continued Discussion - Issues Regarding Possible Ballot Measure for Old Woodinville Schoolhouse

4. Discussion of Eastside Rail Corridor

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

REPORTS OF CITY MANAGER

 

REPORTS OF COUNCILMEMBERS

 

EXECUTIVE SESSION (if necessary)

 

ADJOURNMENT
Kat Stremlau February 14, 2013 at 12:15 AM
We were totally going to go to this last night...but got sucked into a meeting at Barking Frog. Any word on how the rail issue turned out? I know the owners were going to address Council during public comment...
Ron Olson February 14, 2013 at 02:08 AM
The council meeting was overshadowed by allegations that Scott Hageman is reportedly no longer a resident of Woodinville. It seems Scott bought a house in Kirkland last August, and his wife and son moved into the house but Scott supposedly did not go with his family. Scott stated that he lives in Woodinville. Hmmmm.
Ron Olson February 14, 2013 at 04:32 PM
It sounded like Paulette Bauman came to the aid of Scott Hageman during the meeting. As we all know, Paulette is the unofficial queen of political ethics in Woodinville (Barf, barf) Paulette indicated that citizens shouldn't be involved in the personal matters of our council members, although she did concede that a council member being a city resident may be something citizens would be interested in. I remember when Lucy DeYoung told people she lived in her Woodinville office to skirt residency requirements...she actually thought people believed her. Scott, get real, dude.
Lisa Baumann February 14, 2013 at 06:44 PM
I have posted a story about the Hageman residency question - http://patch.com/A-1Whj And Kat, I'm working on a rail story too, but they no decisions were made. The councilmembers going to Olympia this week said they wanted to talk with Kirkland councilmembers there about the issue.

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