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New development regulations would limit construction in areas susceptible to sea level rise.
Board says it will account for the district’s financial goals and for tackling urgent maintenance.
Each promises to be your new favorite spot in town.
“It really is a community tradition. That’s what I see it as.”
Five hopefuls are raising money for a number of island charities and nonprofits.
A walkable green causeway will link monuments, landmarks and the Eiffel Tower.
Debate continues over who would be living in Island Center Homes and where it would be built.
Department does not have enough volunteer firefighters to staff building.
Islanders search for ways to help following a wasting disease outbreak in 2013.
Healthcare, taxes, education and environment were discussed.
“You are a collection of skills, abilities and character.”
County officials from the Department of Community and Human Services will attend.
“Dammed to Extinction” will show at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at the Vashon Theatre.
Board approved several cuts and voted to delay items ahead of November levy election.
Islanders will learn about the actions they can take to protect their bodies and homes.
Familiar faces and newcomers alike have filed to retain their elected posts or run for public boards
Elder care resources will be shared. The event will feature a guest speaker.
State Rep. Eileen Cody and Sen. Joe Nguyen will discuss climate, healthcare, ferry issues Monday.
Will help fulfill a “playground for all” concept serving island’s children, seniors and disabled.
Most candidates are running unopposed.