September 4, 2007

Sept. 5, 2007


  • It looks like enrollment in the Redmond School District will top 7,000 for the first time in its history. Early enrollment reports -- school officials use the Sept. 30 numbers as the most acccurate tally -- are pointing to enrollment spikes at Redmond High School and the city's two northwest schools, Tom McCall and Elton Gregory, as the most notable changes.
  • Redmond city officials are considering increasing some fees charged by the planning department in order to recoup the actual cost of providing the services. Meetings with the public will be held before any final changes are made.
  • Redmond is expected to grow by nearly 800 acres by early 2008, when its latest annexation efforts will take place. All the new acreage is located in the city's northwest quadrant and was "master planned" with the help of consultants.

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