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Unaffordable housing threatens the Olympia economy, Strategic Projects manager Amy Buckler told Olympia planning commissioners. "Although the housing market is cooling due to inflation and higher … more
The Lacey City Council is set to decide on August 4 whether to approve or not the application of Prime Development Group to rezone five acres of primarily forested land from Low-Density Residential … more
Olympia-based businesses received almost 60% of the $7 million of Thurston Strong's COVID-related grants for businesses and workforce, according to Olympia Economic Development Director Mike Reid, … more
Olympia residents near 20th Avenue NW and Cooper Point Road were surprised this morning when they discovered that 20th Avenue was being shut down with no notice for a logging operation … more
Four residents expressed opposition to giving tax exemptions to multifamily housing developers. Public commenters asked the councilmembers to remove from the calendar consent two items: approval … more
The Site Plan Review Committee yesterday reviewed a proposed project that would build 70 multifamily units on a 14,375 square-foot parcel lot at 303 Franklin St. NE at the NE corner with Olympia … more
Development of the Three Lakes Crossing property in Tumwater is in consideration for approval. This development would create 45 homes. Copper Ridge, LLC based in Puyallup is the applicant for this … more
Land Use and Environment Committee members are eyeing the possibility of a 100% EV (electric vehicle) readiness in all residential parking in Olympia. "Having that goal  having access to EV … more
The United States Department of Energy (DOE) is considering constructing a nuclear power plant to replace either one or both coal-fired power plants in Centralia. Pacific Northwest National … more
Olympia’s Site Plan Review committee yesterday heard an updated plan for the 57-unit Elizabeth Street multifamily housing project at 1627 Elizabeth St. SE. According to project engineer … more
Olympia Site Plan Committee yesterday heard Olympic Capital Growth's proposal to build 60 townhomes on a five-acre parcel near North Thurston High School, just west of Sleater-Kinney Road … more
The Olympia City Council approved a proclamation designating June 2022 as Ride Transit Month. The proclamation, signed by city council members yesterday, endorses the Transportation Choices … more
The City of Lacey and Paymentus, an electronic billing platform, are working on a new online payment portal that residents can access to make their utility bill payments … more
Olympia announced in a press release that it has reinstated its Rental Rehabilitation Revolving Loan Fund, which provides loans to rehabilitate homes being rented by low-income community members … more
The Lacey City Council voted 3-1 in favor of the approval of the controversial Meridian Market Gas Station amid a furious crowd who attended the public meeting last night. Councilmembers Lenny … more
Two days after a Lacey Board of Park (BOP) Commissioner resigned over related issues, residents attended the BOP meeting on Wednesday, June 1 to raise concerns about the controversial Meridian Gas … more
The Olympia Site Plan Committee heard a proposal to construct 4,987-square-foot one-story Chick-fil-A restaurant at 2930 Capital Mall Drive Southwest, Olympia, on Wednesday, June 1. The location … more
Experience Olympia and Beyond, the county’s official tourism and destination marketing organization, held its annual meeting yesterday, June 1, giving out awards and hosting a Hollywood … more
Linger Boutique, specializing in elegant lingerie, sleep and loungewear opened in Downtown Olympia last month, with a commitment to normalizing rest and pleasure by reimagining the shopping … more
The Nisqually Indian Tribe is working to install affordable fiber-optic internet connections to tribal and non-tribal communities in South Puget Sound to address what they identified as … more
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