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The proposed new Thurston County airport would harm wildlife and displace thousands of residents and businesses, two experts warned. Cindy Schexnider, a retired Department of Fish and Wildlife … more
The Olympia City Council signed a proclamation designating tomorrow, November 26 as Small Business Saturday. The proclamation, signed on Tuesday, November 22, recognizes local small businesses and … more
The Olympia Planning Commission will carry on discussions about policy issues on Neighborhood Centers, the Capital Mall Triangle subarea plan, and the Housing Action plan. "These issues often take … more
Port Commissioners Amy Evans Harding objected to the planned Marine Center, citing concerns about how the project will be funded. “I do not think this is a good use of public funds,” … more
Petitioners against the plans to reconfigure Olympia Regional Airport will meet tomorrow, November 15, starting at 7 p.m. at the Olympia Center, Multipurpose Room A, 222 Columbia … more
There are people who appreciate the wild, forested greenness of Washington State and there are those who see land as a resource to be exploited. There are those who work and live in harmony with … more
The Port of Olympia Citizens Advisory Committee (POCAC) interviewed five more potential members during a meeting held Tuesday, November 8. The committee had reviewed five members back in October, … more
At the city council meeting, Tuesday, November 1, Olympia Finance Director Aaron BeMiller said the property tax revenue that the city plans to collect in 2023 is a 2.3% increase from 2022 and is … more
The Thurston County Chamber of Commerce (Chamber) will hold a forum tomorrow, November 9, to discuss how crime is affecting businesses. According to a post on the JOLT’s Facebook group, the … more
Olympia's Site Plan Review Committee held a presubmission hearing on a three-story multifamily housing project proposal at 3714 Royal Street SE on November 2.  Brandon Johnson of JSA Civil … more
Olympia will begin city facility and business site inspections to identify and prevent the possible source of water pollution in January next year through the city’s Source Control … more
After being lax during the pandemic year, Olympia Engineering Program specialist Andrew Curtis said the city is now regulating outdoor dining in downtown businesses. Curtis spoke at the Parking … more
The Port of Olympia was awarded a $9,270,918 federal grant for its Seaport Throughput Improvement Project by the Maritime Administration’s Port Infrastructure Development Program. “The … more
Olympia and Thurston County's Planning Commissions approved holding a public hearing on the Olympia Joint Plan on Wednesday, November 30, 2022. The Planning Commission held another work study … more
The Olympia Site Plan Review Committee approved a "reasonable use exception" of building a single-family residence within the stream and landslide hazard buffer at 1203 Bowman Avenue NW on Wednesday, … more
The Port of Olympia Commission voted to endorse a letter opposing the proposed airport in rural Thurston County during a meeting held on Monday, October 24. The letter, penned by the Thurston … more
The Port of Olympia amended several agreement terms with five contractors involved in the initial phase of the Budd Inlet cleanup project during a meeting held on Monday, October 24. The contract … more
The Site Plan Review Committee held a pre-submission conference to reuse two buildings at 525 Cherry Street SE for Ilk Beer and at 2124 Pacific Avenue SE for Vic's Pizza Pacific project on Wednesday, … more
Tumwater is looking for a firm to design its new community center, said Parks and Recreation Director Chuck Denney during their commission’s meeting yesterday, October 19. The city has … more
The Port of Olympia Citizens Advisory Committee (POCAC) reviewed five candidates applying as committee members during a meeting held yesterday, October 18. Three of the five candidates are retired … more
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