Board to vote on Shoreline’s plans for Ronald sewer district

The Snohomish County boundary review board has scheduled a vote Thursday on the City of Shoreline’s proposed assumption of the Snohomish County part of the Ronald Wastewater District.

Shoreline has proposed taking over the district, which is mostly in Shoreline but has almost a dozen customers in Woodway and nearby unincorporated areas of southwest Snohomish County.

The Snohomish County part of the district includes the proposed Point Wells development.

The Boundary Review Board has scheduled an oral vote at a 4 p.m. meeting on the first floor of the County Administration Building East, also called the Robert J. Drewel Building, on the County Courthouse Campus in Everett.

The oral vote will be followed by a formal vote Sept. 11.

The board held a public hearing Aug. 28, the only time it was to take comments before voting.

The Boundary Review Board includes two members appointed by the governor, one representing Snohomish County cities, one representing special-purpose districts in the county and one appointed by the county executive and council.

The King County Boundary Review Board already has approved Shoreline’s proposed assumption of the King County part of the district.

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