Carol Edwards Loop Receives Starbucks Grant by pxt10903


									                                         Carol Edwards Loop Receives
                                         Starbucks Grant
                                         Woodinville Stores Pledge $15,000 to Community
                                                Among Starbucks’ corporate guiding principles is its commitment to “contribute
                                         positively to our communities and our environment.” Woodinville is feeling this
                                         positive energy with the recent award of $15,000 to the Carol Edwards Loop
                                         project as part of Starbucks’ Neighborhood Parks Grants Program. At a July 15
                                         ceremony in Seattle’s Roanoke Park, the Friends of Carol Edwards, Woodinville
         Volume 12, Issue 4
                                         Parks and Recreation Commissioners, and Northwest Parks Foundation members
                                         accepted the grant, one of 30 awarded to local organizations creating partner-


Inside This Issue....
Starbucks Grant Supports Carol
Edwards Loop...Page 1

County’s Fingerprinting System on Fall
Ballot...Page 2

Public Comment Wanted on Website
Redesign...Page 2

Fall Recreation, City and Recycling
Event Highlights...Page 3

Development Services Department
Debuts ...Page 4

Fall Calendar of Events..Page 5

Progress Report...Page 6                   Conceptual illustration of the Carol Edwards Loop, a pedestrian trail to encircle the Carol
                                           Edwards Center.
Emergency Preparedness Commission
....Page 6                               ships to build or revitalize parks in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.
                                               Starbucks Store Manager Jeff Gonzales reports that the grant includes a
Neighborhood News... Page 7              major commitment from the employees of the three Starbucks stores in Woodinville
                                         to get involved in the project, which will include a walking trail around the fields.
City Contact Information ...Page 8       “We will be promoting the project in our stores, helping with fundraising, installation
                                         and maintenance. This is our adopted project and we hope to see other businesses
                                         in Woodinville get involved and match our gift!”
                                               Conceptual designs are being developed by the City’s consulting architectural
                                         firm, ARC Architects, as part of a field renovation project that will add synthetic turf
                                         and lights to the downtown fields, add parking, a basketball court, and a children’s
                                         playground on the site.
                                         See “Carol Edwards Loop” on page 6
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                              Police Corner: “Two Thumbs Up” for the
                              County’s Fingerprinting System
Regional AFIS Program Enhances Crime Fighting
       It’s not quite like what you see on       crimes. Before AFIS, a single examiner             The King County Regional AFIS
TV shows like C.S.I. or Crossing Jordan,         would have to work continuously for          program is funded through a citizen-
but it’s close. When a full or even              100+ years to manually view the entire       approved levy that collects a small
partial fingerprint is “lifted” from a           fingerprint file to match just one latent    portion of property taxes - approxi-
weapon, doorframe or even a dis-                 fingerprint found at a crime scene.          mately one nickel per thousand dollars
carded bottle of Starbucks Frappacino                  When the Woodinville Weekly            of assessed value. Funding supports the
at a crime scene, it is entered into the         newspaper office was burglarized last        purchase and maintenance of the
King County Sheriff’s Office AFIS                year, AFIS examiners searched a latent       technology needed to improve public
computer database in the hope that it            print found on a Frappacino bottle           safety throughout the County.
matches one of the half of a million             against the AFIS database. There was               The last AFIS program levy
fingerprints in the system. AFIS is the          a match to a person of interest with a       provided revenue for 2001-2005, and
acronym for Automated Fingerprint                history of previous burglary convictions.    with careful fund management, services
Identification System.                                 AFIS also helps to identify ar-        were able to be extended through the
       “In a matter of minutes, AFIS             rested individuals before their release      end of 2006. King County voters will
provides a short list of fingerprint             from jail. In an attempt to hide from        decide on the AFIS levy in the Septem-
suspects that detectives can then follow         their warrants for other charges,            ber primary election.
up on,” notes Police Chief Kent Baxter.          criminals often use false names and                For more information on the
“This is extremely helpful when there are        forged or stolen identification. With        program, go to the King County
no strong leads in the investigation.”           false information, they can conceal their    Sheriff’s Office website at
       In King County, AFIS has helped           criminal history record that might 
lead to convictions for murders, assaults,       prevent their release on bail.               regional_afis or call 206-205-7977.
rapes, burglaries, auto thefts and other

City Website Gets Extreme Makeover
On-line Survey Seeks Public Comment

        After more than 5 years since it’s             The City’s first website was
launch and 817,794 hits, the City’s              created in 1998 by a 9th grade
website is getting an extreme                    computer class at Timbercrest Junior
makeover. Work is underway to                    High School. The second site was
reorganize current information, make             professionally designed and launched
room for more and create a fresh, new            in 2001 in conjunction with the opening
look to site.                                    of City Hall.
       To help the City with the redesign,             You’ll want to bookmark this site     Send us your thoughts about the website. Take
citizens are encouraged to take a quick          when it debuts in early Spring!             the survey on line at
survey (6 questions) on-line at                        For more information, contact         contactus/SurveyWebSite.asp              Marie Stake, Communications Coordi-
SurveyWebSite.asp.                               nator, at 425-877-2267 or


Fall Recreation Highlights
                                                                                          CITY SPOTLIGHT
New Preschool Program Begins
                                                                                         Congratulations and Best Wishes are in
                                                                                         order for the City and several staff
      Looking for recreation fun for everyone in the
family? Then look for the Fall Rec Guide coming soon to
residential mailboxes. Toddler Time Adventure, Tikes          The Greenbrier Heights affordable livable community was
Hoops Mini-League and “Ready-Set-Go” Preschool are            honored recently by Governor Gregoire as a model partnership
new to the Fall line up of recreation programs offered at     project that supports “Washington’s enviable quality of life.”
the Carol Edwards Center. Returning favorites include         Applause to the public and private agencies that brought
                                                              Greenbrier to new “heights.” The City of Woodinville, King County,
                                                              A Regional Coalition of Housing, CamWest Development Inc.,
                                                              Downtown Action to Save Housing, Shelter Resources, Inc., and The
                FALL REGISTRATION                             National Development Council.
        Walk-In registration begins August 14
                                                              The City’s Employee Wellness Program was honored (for the
         On-line registration begins August 17                second year) by the Association of Washington Cities (AWC) for its          efforts to encourage healthy habits of employees that result in
                                                              reduced health care costs.
                                                              The Standard and Poor’s (S&P) credit rating agency has
Kindermusik programs, youth martial arts, teen band           affirmed The City of Woodinville’s “AA-” rating on the City’s
nights and music, dance and computer classes.                 General Obligation debt. In its evaluation, S&P noted that the “AA-
       Also returning for an unlimited engagement is yoga     ” rating reflects the City’s participation in the Seattle area economy
and jazzercise, Special Olympics basketball and bowling       and strong local economic indicators, strong assessed valuation
and senior activities offered by the Northshore Senior        (AV) growths from new development and rising real estate values,
Center.                                                       and good financial policies including the recent creation of a
                                                              strategic reserve fund for unanticipated general fund stress.
       You’ll find yourself reading the Rec Guide cover-to-
cover to make sure you don’t miss an chance to find the
                                                              City Manager Pete Rose has accepted a position with San
right class for you and your family members.
                                                              Juan County as its County Administrator. Rose was hired by the
                                                              Cityin January, 1999, serving nearly 8 years as the third permanent

Waste Great! Less Filling!
                                                              City Manager since the City’s incorporation in 1993.

                                                              Police Chief Kent Baxter has accepted a transfer within the
Area landfills won’t be feeling as bloated thanks to the      King County Sheriff’s Office to return to his passion for “good ‘ol
great amount of waste that was collected at the June 3        police work.”
Recycling Event. Some highlights include:
a 23.29 tons of scrap metal, bulky and scrap
                                                              One of the city’s orginal staff members, Dean McKee, Permit
                                                              Center Director, has left Woodinville to pursue other career
   wood, cardboard and reusable household goods
a 495 gallons of used motor oil and used anti-freeze
a 527 pounds of household batteries
                                                              After many years of studying, Ron Braun, Building Plans
a 90 lead acid batteries
                                                              Examiner, has sucessfully completed the Building Official
a .5 cubic yards of porcelain toilets and sinks
                                                              certification offered by the International Code Council.
a 256 used tires
a 300 computer and television monitors                        The Northshore School District Special Education Parent/
a 55 used oil filters                                         Professional Advisory Council has bestowed its “Outstanding
a 27 used refridgerators, freezers and air conditioners       Service Award” upon Cole Caplan, Recreation Coordinator
a 118 propane/balloon/scuba tanks and extinguishers           for his work with specialized recreation.

Thanks to all residents (in over 500 cars!) who partici-      Jenny Kuhn, main receptionist and the “voice of City Hall” has
pated and supporting vendors - Emerald Services,              been promoted to City Clerk to fill the vacancy when Sandra
Seattle Goodwill Industries, Total Reclaim, Ecolights, ,      Parker retires at the end of August.
Arrow Metals Corporation, Wolford Trucking & Demoli-
tion and Waste Management. See you at the Fall Event!
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Permit Us to Introduce the Development Services Department
Construction and Land Use Permitting Processes Retooled
       At City Hall, you won’t hear staff         Services Director. “It is vital that we
repeat the cliche “Some things never              customize our service for these types of              Short Term Objectives
change.” They do and they have - particu-         projects, enhance the skill set of staff and          Consolidate all current planning and
larly with the City’s construction and land       provide for more decision-making at                   construction files to create a centralized filing
use permitting processes.                         lower levels within the organization.”                system for ease of access.
       Work to retool the City’s develop-                 One of the most obvious differ-
ment services functions began last year           ences permit applicants will notice when              Relocate current planning staff among
and has stayed on course thanks to the            they come to City Hall will be the reloca-            construction permit staff to enhance the
dedication of participating employees, the        tion of certain staff, the elimination of the         intake, noticing, issuance, review and
services of DeMarche Consulting, willing          Planning/Community Development                        inspection of building and land use permit
permit applicants that participated in            Department counter at the west end of
stakeholder interviews and a vision to            first floor and the designation of the
                                                                                                        Implement administrative changes to fee
align development services staff with             Development Services Department
                                                                                                        charges and collection, financial policies
policies, codes and standards.                    located in the east end of the building.              and timekeeping practices.
       In February, the City Council ap-          The “Permit and Land Use Services”
proved the Development Services Study             (PLUS) counter is now the single intake               Provide a seamless review and project
Final Report and authorized the implemen-         point for all construction and land use               close-out approach for all applicants.
tation of 17 recommendations contained in         permits. The Public Works Department
the report. The recommendations are               remains in its current central location               Long Term Goals
grouped into 4 categories: mission                providing transportation, surface water,              Develop educational materials on the City’s
alignment, organizational design, fee and         right-of-way and maintenance services.                various permitting processes for land use
cost recovery, and technology.                            Permit applicants and holders will            and building permits.
       “Permit trends for the City over the       now benefit from having access to
last decade indicate that Woodinville             “subject matter experts” within one                   To view the Development Services Study
processes many complex, high-value                department to assist them with project                Final Report, go to
permits compared to other agencies,”              questions and code requirements.            
notes Dr. Linda Paralez, DeMarche                         Additionally, land use and building           departments.asp.
Consulting and Interim Development                permit files will be centrally stored for
                                                  ease of access and archiving.

                                              City Manager
                                           Executive Department

    Public Works         Parks & Recreation         Development            Administrative           Police Department
    Department              Department           Services Department    Services Department                Chief
      Director                Director                 Director               Director

      Permit and Land Use                       Review and Inspection                                  Emergency
            Services                                  Services                                      Management and
                                                                                                   Long Range Planning

      -Permit Intake, Routing & Issuance        -Building Plan Review                             -Long Range Planning
      -Central Filing Coordination              -Building Inspection                              -Emergency Management Planning
      -Permit Administration                    -Current Planning (Land Use Permit Review,        -Administrative support to Planning Commission
                                                SEPA)                                             -Comprehensive Plan
                                                -Environmental Compliance                         -Zoning Code
                                                -Fire Permit Review/Inspection                    -Master Plans
                                                -Pre-application Review (Technical Review         -Design Review
                                                Committee)                                        -Economic Development
                                                -Administrative Support to Hearing Examiner

      Fall Calendar of Events                                                                     UNITED WAY DAY OF CARING
                                                                                                  FRIDAY, SEPT. 15
                                                                                                  9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
RECYCLING EVENT                                                                                   Woodin Creek Park
SATURDAY, SEPT. 9                                                                                 13301- NE 171st Street
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.                                                                                  Is your business or group looking for a
Woodinville Park & Ride                                                                           great team building exercise? Get a
                                                 C.I.P. OPEN HOUSE
17800 -140th Ave. NE                                                                              volunteer group (from 20 to 100) to join
                                                 THURSDAY, SEPT. 7                                our continuing efforts to restore natural
Woodinville residents can “Spring Clean” by
recycling certain household items. Check         5 p.m. to 7 p.m.                                 habitat along the Sammamish River. City
the website or call Public Works at 425-489-     Woodinville City Hall                            will provide tools and light refreshments.
2700 (ext. 2240) to learn what materials are     17301-133rd Avenue NE                            You provide the team spirit. Volunteer
acceptable (and what’s not!)                     Learn about the City’s proposed roads,           registration required. Contact Patrick Tefft,
                                                 parks and facilities projects as identified in   Volunteer Coordinator at 425-877-2289 or
                                                 the Preliminary 2007-2012 Capital      
                                                 Improvement Plan (C.I.P.). To view city-
                                                 generated projects go to                         SALMON WATCHER TRAINING
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.                                   TUESDAY, SEPT. 12
145th Street Overpass,                           projects.asp. For more information, contact
                                                                                                  7 to 9 p.m.
Sammamish River Trail                            Deborah Knight, CIP Coordinator at 425-
Help enhance Woodinville’s “tourism              489-2700 (ext. 2266) or                          Woodinville City Hall
gateway” by assisting with restoration                    17301-133rd Avenue NE
maintenance and planting of native                                                                Volunteer to support the region’s salmon
species. Rain or shine. Dress for weather.                                                        recovery efforts. Salmon Watchers are
City provides tools and light refreshments.                                                       trained to spot and track salmon species in
Volunteer registration required. Contact                                                          Woodinville’s waterways. Contact Debra
Patrick Tefft, Volunteer Coordinator at 425-                                                      Crawford, Planner, at 425-489-2757, ext.
877-2289 or                                                        2221 or for
                                                                                                  more information.
                   FOR EVENT DETAILS go to

     Many projects, issues and programs          agreements and regulations associated                   TC4 SITED FOR ZONING
are happening at the City. Here’s a quick        with permits associated with the construc-       VIOLATION beginning June 28. Civil
progress report on some of them.                 tion of Brightwater. For more information,       infractions have been issued to SHARE/
                                                 contact Jim Katica, Acting City Manager,         WHEEL for the establishment of a
       TECHNICAL CONSULTANT AND                  at 425-489-2700, ext. 2260.                      temporary homeless encampment without
ENVIRONMENTAL ATTORNEY HIRED TO                                                                   a valid a temporary use permit. The City
EVALUATE BRIGHTWATER PERMITTING                        WOOD TRAILS/MONTEVALLO                     Attorney’s Office, Ogden, Murphy and
AND CONSTRUCTION. Earth Consultants              FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT                       Wallace, continues to defend the City in
International (ECI) of Tustin, California has    STATEMENT (FEIS) is expected sometime            the lawsuit.
been hired to provide “on-call” services to      in September from Weinman Consulting.
conduct review, study and analysis of            Information contained in the FEIS will be              THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOP-
seismic issues related to the Brightwater        used in review of the proposed plats and         MENT CITIZEN ADVISORY PANEL has
site as the facility is being constructed. Dr.   rezones that will be considered at a             been selected to assist the Planning
Robert Yeats, Senior Consultant to ECI, has      Public Hearing held by the Hearing               Commission with development recommen-
been retained to perform the scope of            Examiner anticipated in late Fall. For           dations for the City Council regarding
services. For more information, contact          more information, contact Steve Munson,          environmental quality parameters for
Mick Monken, Public Works Director at            Planner at 425-489-2754, ext. 2224.              future growth in the City with particular
425-489-2700, ext. 2292.                                                                          emphasis in the R-1 Zone. Contact Bob
       Eglick, Kiker, Whited, PLLC of Seattle                                                     Wuotila, Sr. Planner, at 425-489-2757,
has been retained to evaluate codes,                                                              ext. 2283.
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Is Civic Duty Calling You? Apply for the                                                          Emergency Preparedness
                                                                                                  Commission Membership

Emergency Preparedness Commission                                                            s 7 city resident members and 2
                                                                                               ex-officio (non-resident, non-
                                                                                               voting) members
      Are you interested in a new                 a public forum. Successful candidates      s 3-year term (staggered terms)
volunteer opportunity to work with                will be appointed by the Mayor subject     s Chair and Vice Chair elected
community members on a common public              to confirmation by the City Council.         annually
safety mission? Civic duty may be calling                The ordinance establishing the      s Regular and special meetings
you to join the newly formed Emergency            Commission was adopted on July 10.         s Duties: analyze community
Preparedness Commission.                                 Emergency management planning         needs for public safety services,
                                                                                               review emergency management
      Community service applications              and preparedness functions have been         planning policies and procedures and
are being accepted through September              integrated into the Development Ser-         public safety ordinances, assess and
15 from city residents to fill the 7 voting       vices Department (see page 4). The           promote community disaster
positions and from community members              City’s efforts are closely coordinated       preparedness and coordinate with
to serve as two ex-officio members.               with the Woodinville Fire & Life Safety      relevant community organizations.
Application forms are available at City           District, King County Office of Emer-      s Make recommendations to the City
Hall and Carol Edwards Center or on               gency Management and neighboring             Council
                                                                                             For more information, contact Ray
the website at          cities and agencies. The Commission will
                                                                                             Sturtz, Emergency Management Director
opportunities/volunteers.asp. Applicants          be primarily coordinated by the City’s     at 425-489-2757 (ext. 2281) or
will be interviewed by the City Council in        Emergency Manager.               

Carol Edwards Loop                                                                                            Are you City
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       Features of the loop include:                         To contribute to the
       w Sculpture of a basset hound to                     Carol Edwards Loop,
honor the traditional Basset Bash &                               go to the
Brigade founded by Carol Edwards                        Northwest Parks Foundation at              Can you name the
       w Life-size basset hound footprints                     neighborhood areas
will be laid into the ADA accessible                                                            designated in the City’s
                                                        ParksSafetyNet.htm. Click the
walkway surface                                                                                  Comprehensive Plan?
       w A commemorative plaque
                                                       “Donate Now” button and select
describing the many community contribu-                  “Woodinville-Carol Edwards                       See page 7 for answer
tions of Carol Edwards and the projects’                 Community Center & Loop”
major donors.                                                         or
       “The Starbucks grant confirms that                 send your contribution to
adding the Carol Edwards Loop to the                    Carol Edwards Center & Loop
City’s field renovation project is a                                                                            Woodinville
                                                      c/o Northwest Parks Foundation,                               TV -
winning idea,” notes Mayor Cathy
VonWald “It’s great to have corporate
                                                        PO Box 605, Woodinville, WA                             Channel 21
support for a public project that will                              98072                                       Hits the Air
feature level, lighting walking and                                                                            September 18!
fitness areas for seniors and young
families.”                                                                                    City Council meetings will be
          The Starbucks grant is a boost                                                        broadcast and available to
                                                                                              view on the City’s website and
to the Friends of Carol Edwards who
                                                                                               on Channel 21 (for Comcast
plan to raise $80,000, toward public                                                              cable TV subscribers)
art, benches, and landscaping to honor
Carol Edwards.

Neighborhood News: SNAP, Crackle,
and the Cops
        Whether you live in the             vegetations, homeowners are encouraged
Reinwood, Wellington or West Ridge          to maintain a 30-foot cleared area
neighborhood areas, we hope you’ll          around the perimeter of their home. Thin
appreciate what we consider the             and prune trees near your house and
following informative “FYI’s”:              remove hazardous and flammable materi-
        Ask someone who lives in the
Winchester Hills neighborhood how
                                            als, debris and vegetation.
                                                   To stay current with burn ban infor-
                                                                                                         GET WIRED
they like their new Small Neighborhood mation, contact the Puget Sound Clean Air                                 to City information.....
Action Project (SNAP). Traffic calming      Agency at 1-800-595-4341 or go to                             Receive monthly email bulletins,
devices were installed on NE 162nd                                          traffic notices and police alerts.
Street to reduce speeding drivers.                 August is popular vacation month.
        If your neighborhood could use a Don’t let crime to be part of your vacation.                             Register on line at
road or park improvement, then rally               Before you leave, request a “vaca-
your fellow neighbors and work with         tion check” from the Police Department by
the City to turn your idea into a reality. calling 425-489-2700. Ask a trusted                                        TheWire.asp
        SNAP project proposals are          friend or neighbor to check on your house
being accepted through October 31           while you’re away. Secure your house, stop
for public works and parks improve-         your mail, notify your alarm company, and                                            Yes,
ments. Accepted projects will be            make your home look occupied while you’re                                          You Are
incorporated into the City’s Capital        away. Keep the burglars away and
Improvement Plan for funding.               unplug your garage door opener and
        SNAP information can be found       remove any “lawn toys” from view.
at                Once you reach your vacation
ment/projects.asp.                          destination, have a “family chat” about                               The Comprehensive
        Many neighborhoods enjoy            what happens if someone gets lost.                                    Plan identifies the
summer get togethers. Sources of fire       Parents should carry photos of their                                  following city
hazards are as plentiful as the calories children. Kids should know their parents’
in your favorite cherry pie.                names and phone numbers.
        If you’re having a cook out, the           When you return from your vacation,                            1. West Ridge
Woodinville Fire Department encour-         call to schedule a Block Watch meeting
                                                                                                                  2. Valley Industrial
ages the safe placement and opera-          with the City’s Crime Prevention Coordina-
tion of barbecue grills. With gas           tor by calling 425-877-2285.                                          3. Town Center
grills, be sure the hose connection is                                                                            4. Tourist District
tight and that there are no leaks.                                                                                5. The Wedge
With charcoal grills, do not add fluid                                                                            6. North Industrial
to lit coals. Any grill should be                                                                                 7. Leota
placed a safe distance from the
exterior of your home.
                                               School Starts August 30                                            To view the
        The sale and discharge             Be defensive in your driving, not distracted.                          Neighborhood Map (and
of fireworks is prohibited in                                                                                     locate your
city limits throughout the               v Check side and rearview mirrors.                                       neighborhood), go to
year and violations should                                                                              
                                         v Keep a safe distance.                                                  regulations/regs-stds-
be reported by calling 911.
        Urban wildfires in the           v Make eye contact with other drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists.       comp-plan.asp.
Puget Sound Area are pos-
sible. In rural areas where              v Look ahead and anticipate your next move.
there are dense trees and

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                                                             Monthly Meetings
     CAROL EDWARDS CENTER                                          City Council
           17401-133rd Ave. NE                             1st, 2nd, 3rd Mondays, 7:00 p.m.
          Woodinville, WA 98072
Open: Mon/Fri, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tue/Wed/                      Planning Commission
Thr, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sat. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.               1st & 3rd Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
         (Excluding legal holidays)
                                                        Parks & Recreation Commission
     425-398-9327 (Main Reception)                           1st Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
          425-489-2758 (Fax)
                                                        Public Arts Advisory Committee
    425-984-2345 (Field Update Line)
                                                              3rd Monday, 5:30 p.m.
    425-984-2346 (Special Events Line)
                                                                     Tree Board
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