Veteran’s job meetings at Snoqualmie, North Bend
Snoqualmie Public Works Director Kirk Holmes has got love for the electric car.
“I’m hooked on this right here,” said Holmes, tapping the symbol of a crossed-out gas pump on the side of the Miles truck, an electric model that uses no gasoline.
The city of Snoqualmie held an open house on a recent Friday at the public works department, checking out two all-electric vehicles, a car and a truck. The city plans to add a green car to its fleet within the month.
Jerry Brown has opened a new trucking and excavating business, Cornerstone Design and Development, Inc., at 44260 S.E. Edgewick Road in North Bend. Brown has been in business for 12 years, and has 35 years of experience in the construction and real estate industry. He redirected his focus after he saw that property owners in the Snoqualmie Valley had a need for help with hauling and preparing their land. His goal is to use his skills and experience to help property owners use their money wisely. Contact Brown and Cornerstone Design and Development at (425) 442-3881.
Changes are in store for a downtown North Bend landmark.
The former McClellan Hotel may be losing its tenants and going up for sale, but its owner feels there is plenty of life left in the historic building and is putting it on the market. Asking price for the building: $1.5 million.
The restaurant at Cascade Golf Course in North Bend reopened this month with a new name, a remodeled interior, and a fresh menu.
Cascade Steak and Seafood Grill is headed by chef John Woolsey and manager Karen DeHate, who for years worked at Gordy’s, a Valley institution that occupied the space until January.
The new grill has the same beautiful golf course view as its predecessor, but patrons may not recognize the interior.
Snoqualmie Valley is so very fortunate to be bequeathed with a vast variety of businesses, and with our community growing so fast, it is truly a wonderful thing. Pretty much everything you would need or want is right here in your backyard, and almost all the businesses in this lovely community are either locally owned or ran. They are our neighbors, our friends and even our kids’ teachers.