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“Fifty-two cents wasn’t for anything fluffy, it was addressing stuff needing to be addressed.”
Winona LaDuke will speak at the Vashon Theater about her experiences, life and work.
“This is because of what the park can and will do for so many in this community.”
Voters have rejected the district’s bid to raise its levy rate from 41 cents to 52 cents.
A former staff member has been hired to lead the nonprofit
Solid Waste Division officials requesting proposals for study to assess if Vashon could support one.
The process creates biogas, which can be treated and used to generate energy.
After an accident inside the tower, safety improvements will be necessary before it can be reopened.
Members of Granny’s Attic awarded $120,000 to six island agencies in support of an array of needs.
Ballots were mailed to households last weekend. The election deadline is April 23.
“Not many folks understand what it means to be dependent on a transportation source like the ferries.”
From a box truck in Burton to a brick and mortar store in town, Vashon Bikes has come a long way.
One is suspected of committing several more burglaries in the days after February incident.
“Apodments” for senior veterans and the homeless would offset the island’s lack of affordable housing.
Some islanders are wary of potential problems.
Patty’s Place will be a breakfast and lunch destination with a global menu of offerings.
“This problem puts people miles out of their way.”
“The earlier you find an invasive species, the better chance you can get rid of it.”
The project is intended to serve 40 people, including seniors and those who are homeless or disabled
Vashon Island Pet Protectors said Henry is “safe and receiving the specific care that he needs.”