Community Focus

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  • Monday, March 3, 2008 10:02am

Terrace considers golf proposals

Mountlake Terrace city officals received five proposals to operate the Ballinger Lakes Golf Course until next spring. A committee, which is reviewing the proposals, will make their recommendation to the City Council on Aug. 15.

The applicants are: Helen Kim /CJ USA Inc. of Edmonds; Bruce Weir /View Inc. of North Bend; Jeong Hyeon Bae/LA BCD Tofu House of Edmonds; Tyrone and Carol Hardy /Hardy Golf of Everett; and John C. Eby of Port Orchard.

Volunteers needed for Day of Caring

Volunteers may register for United Way of Snohomish County’s Day of Caring Sept. 16. Team up with co-workers, family, neighbors and friends to tackle community improvement projects such as painting, building, cleaning or reading to kids.

Each volunteer receives a T-shirt designed by Emily Ford, a junior at Snohomish High School.

Sign up online for projects submitted by local nonprofit organizations. Register by Aug. 12 at on the Internet or call 425-921-3459.

Terrace building

a new entry sign

City workers poured concrete for a new City of Mountlake Terrace entry sign at 244th Street and 48th Avenue, City Manager Jerry Osterman said. Once the concrete has cured, and the forms are removed, an electrician will be out to finish the sign. The project will be completed this month.

Voter registration locations open

Residents can register to vote at local post offices, libraries, some schools and some city halls. For the Primary election, the deadline for voter registration is Aug. 20. For the General election, the deadline for voter registration is Oct. 24. For information, call Snohomish County Elections Office at 425-388-3444.

Community Focus briefs for the cities of Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace and Brier can be sent to or mailed to 4303 198th St. SW, Lynnwood, WA. 98036, attention Lynnwood/Terrace editor. E-mail is preferred. Include contact number with area code for publication in the newspaper. Briefs are printed on a space-available basis.

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