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Former quilt shop transformed after nearly yearlong process
Less than two months after the head of Vashon’s largest social service agency met with local government officials to request increased county support for island nonprofits, it appears Vashon may benefit from additional funds or services as early as next year.
Downtown’s newest business, a frozen yogurt shop, opened recently in the front portion of the Suds Laundromat, and the owners say it has already become a busy after-school spot.
A news brief in the Jan. 13 issue of The Beachcomber entitled, "Construction waste no longer accepted at transfer stations" incorrectly reported that the Vashon transfer station was part of a county-wide effort to increase the recycling of construction waste by not accepting large loads of the waste.
Listening to island writers Ann Spiers and Lonny Kaneko talk about their long-term friendship sounds more like the banter of a comedy team than that of Vashon’s inaugural and current poets laureate.