In the News

Local news stories focused on the Sammamish Valley and the Beverage Ordinance

“King County farmers fear code changes will hurt local growers”
Sammamish Valley farmers Andrew Ely and Shawn Miller, as well as FoSV Executive Director Serena Glover, discuss the threats to farmland arising from the proposed Beverage Ordinance.
By Allison Morrow, King5 News, 12/11/18
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“Battle brewing over tasting rooms in rural King County”
FoSV supporter Linda Pichard and brewers from South King County comment on the Beverage Ordinance.
By Natalie Swaby, King5 News, 12/5/18
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“Tasting rooms are on the table in King County”
Various Sammamish Valley stakeholders present their viewpoints on the proposed Beverage Ordinance and its impact on the Valley.
By Jasmine Spearing-Bowen, Puget Sound Business Journal, 11/23/18
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“Finding a balance: wine, food and the future of the Sammamish Valley”
Featuring interviews with FoSV Executive Director Serena Glover and Sal Leone of Copia Farms, one of the properties currently cited as being out of compliance with Sammamish Valley zoning.
By Aaron Kunkler, Redmond Reporter, 9/18/18
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“Woodinville Wine Village site sells for $16 million as new plan takes shape”
A description of the planned 24-acre Woodinville Wine Village in the heart of the Sammamish Valley.
By Jasmine Spearing-Bowen, Puget Sound Business Journal, 9/14/18
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