Dedicated to Preserving the Rural
Character of the Wellington Neighborhood
03/17/14 Important City Council Vote
11/28/13 We're Thankful For
02/19/13 CNW News and Updates
01/29/13 CNW News and Updates
12/08/12 Montevallo Permit Application
09/05/12 Community Meeting 9/6
06/04/12 Updates on Important Topics
04/15/12 Protecting Our R1 Neighborhoods
04/02/12 You Make Difference!
02/28/12 Woodtrails Again!
06/16/11 CNW Prevails!!
07/11/10 Supreme Court Will Review
01/04/10 The Journey Continues
04/05/09 Wood Trails/Montevallo Update
03/08/08 Another Victory Celebration
02/18/08 We Won - Part II
08/13/07 Victory is Ours!
Dear Woodinville Neighbors,
After almost 10 years as a non-profit neighborhood organization representing over 200 households in the greater Woodinville area, this Tuesday, March 18, at 7pm, the Woodinville City Council will take one of most important votes in our history.
The developer who owns the Wood Trails property has offered to sell the property to the City of Woodinville and the decision to acquire about half of the total acreage is on the agenda for tomorrow night! (The city may take action later on the other half; the property is legally owned by two different people.)
On Tuesday, March 18, at 7pm -- witness an enormous CNW milestone and encourage a majority vote for this acquisition!
We’ve fought hard for 10 years to get to this point. It’d be great to have strong representation in the room so that the Council knows this is an initiative that is supported by many—not for the good of only a few as one Council Member tried to assert in a recent meeting. Don’t let any of our City Council members “weasel” out of a “yes” vote. After all, every one of them ran on a campaign platform saying they support R-1. Here’s their chance to put their vote where their mouth is!
If the City Council votes to acquire the portion of Wood Trails that’s currently for sale, it will have a number of great benefits for our neighborhood:
If we can convince the Council to act now, then it will be a great conclusion to a long effort relating to this property. Let's not miss this opportunity. Will you please make plans to attend tomorrow’s meeting and bring a friend with you?
Won’t you help resolve this problem by attending Tuesday night at 7pm? If we miss it, it will require a great deal of money and work to defend Ordinance 532 against the legal action already taken against it.
In your service, protecting the R-1 zoned neighborhoods,
Your CNW Board
Please send your check to:
PO Box 2968
Woodinville, WA 98072-2968