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The island’s homeless population includes people who work and appear to be going about a“regular” life
“If you are going to keep bees, you need to take as much care of them as a pet or chickens.”
Housing Decisions should be made from our hearts I think something has to be written from our hearts about the two planned urban developments here… Continue reading
If community members are unhappy, the county will modify the agreements and services provided.
Last Sunday, islander Nadine Edelstein packed the John L. Scott moving truck with polystyrene other islanders wanted to get rid of and headed off the… Continue reading
“The more people interested, the better decisions we will be able to make about what to do”
Funds are earmarked for the organization’s latest affordable housing project
Colleagues of longtime island doctor Gary Koch have recently created a scholarship for graduating seniors in his honor and are seeking donations to fund it… Continue reading
Matter will tell stories of her personal experience with asylum-seeking refugees and others
The council works with islanders who are homeless or at the risk of becoming homeless
Speakers will cover a wide range of topics
Vashon Island Fire & Rescue responded to a fire at Pacific Research Laboratories shortly after 5 p.m. this evening. On scene, Assistant Chief Bob Larsen… Continue reading
Islander Emma Amiad is hosting a tribute to the civil rights leader on his true birthday.
WSF updates its long-range plan once every 10 years
The UW Evans School of Public Policy & Governance released its study of Fauntleroy dock operations last month, recommending a slate of improvements to facilitate… Continue reading
Amy Carey of Vashon Island Pet Protectors said islanders should not call to him or run after him.
The district needs to tend to its ailing infrastructure, according to officials.
Other districts in the state are asking elected officials to provide more funds for education.