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Spurred by the Vashon Park District, a bill has been revived to potentially shake up state tax law.
After a mob attack at the nation’s Capitol, members of Vashon’s Backbone Campaign went into action.
Through Nov. 30 of this year, a total of 162 homes have been sold on the island.
The park district is due to lose a total of $132,000 in tax revenue next year from prorationing.
Budget decided against backdrop of pandemic, responsible for limiting primary care provider search.
Tom Dean will take on a new role as the Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust’s Conservation Director.
Project Narcan Vashon obtained a one-year supply of Narcan to dispense on the island.
King County officials Zoomed in to inform and hear from island residents.
Commissioners contract with Sea Mar Community Health Centers for primary care services on Vashon.
Board made motion to sign a disputed lease with the Washington Department of Natural Resources.
Vashon Island Pet Protectors is leasing the space, will open a long-awaited dog shelter.
A recent study suggests environmental issues can be foreshadowed by what is happening to birds.
Staff has entered quarantine and the office is being professionally sanitized as a precaution.
Commissioners identified Sea Mar Community Health Centers as frontrunner in provider search.
The Vashon-Maury Island Chamber of Commerce is selling unique CiderFest-themed boxes this year.
Island-based Burn Design Lab and Meadow Creature built a device that can sanitize crucial N95 masks.
The Vashon Community Pub shut its doors on Sept. 27.
A representative of Puget Sound Energy dropped by at last week’s meeting to give a pandemic update.
Focused on COVID-19, VashonBePrepared is drilling for events such as fire, landslide or earthquake.
Luna Bella’s Women’s Consignment Boutique will reopen in October next to Vashon Boards.