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Will help fulfill a “playground for all” concept serving island’s children, seniors and disabled.
Most candidates are running unopposed.
“We’re just thankful nobody was hurt.”
Program will allow for district to offer transportation to seniors, teens to attend events.
Officials to consider if project would have significant adverse environmental effects.
Part of effort to create island-wide network of trails connecting parks and open spaces on island.
Legislation covers array of protections.
Construction could begin later this year on what organizers call Phase 2 of the BARC master plan.
Allison Cox will share stories about the end of life this Sunday at the Land Trust Building.
“If the Vashon community supported this business, it would be great.”
“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.