Shoreline Local Business
Local business in Shoreline, WA
Monday Jan 26 | via My Edmonds
T he Global Affairs Center at Shoreline Community College, directed by Edmonds resident Larry Fuell, has scheduled its presentations for winter quarter. The first two events take place this Thursday, Jan. 29 - one during the day, and one in the evening. Comment?
Friday Jan 16 | via Kirkland Reporter
King County's stellar credit ratings will help its wastewater utility save nearly $160 million over the next 33 years - the largest savings in the county's history for a bond refinance. After Moody's and Standard & Poor's gave King County and its Wastewater Treatment Division Aa2 and AA+ ratings, respectively - citing the utility's strong management practices, consistent financial performance, and bright regional economic outlook - the county refinanced $728 million in outstanding bonds, which will save King County $15.9 million over the next three years. Comment?
Thursday Jan 15 | via Seattle Times
IF YOU WOULD BE INTERESTED in a free financial makeover in exchange for having your story and photo published in The Seattle Times, answer a few questions at seattletimes.com/yourmoneysurvey After devoting most of her working life to a rewarding but modestly paying career in child care, Darlene Bakes was understandably worried about her retirement. Bakes, 62, hit the financial peak of her career six years ago, when she became the full-time director of the Parent-Child Center at Shoreline Community College. Comment?
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