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On Monday, Port of Olympia Commissioners Joe Downing and EJ Zita argued over when would be the right time to move forward with a plan to increase its three-member commission to five … more
This weekly report covers single-family home sales in Thurston County over the past week.  There were 93 sales completed from Sunday, July 4, through Saturday, July 10, 2021. The median sales … more
New Traditions Cafe today rejoined its sister operation, New Traditions Fair Trade, as an open and ready business. The Cafe was closed for six months both because of pandemic restrictions and to … more
Thurston County offers three types of assistance for residents who are struggling to pay their rent according to the Thurston County Housing Action Team. These programs include rent assistance, … more
Port of Olympia commissioners reviewed the proposed $200 million West Bay Yards proposal during a special commission work session yesterday. Brandon Smith and Ron Newman of The West Bay … more
This weekly report covers single-family home sales in Thurston County over the past week.  There were 116 sales completed from Sunday, June 27, through Saturday, July 3, 2021. The median … more
The Olympia Site Plan Review Committee reviewed three proposed housing projects along Wheeler Ave., Martin Way and Evergreen Park Drive at their meeting on Wed., June 30.  These meetings … more
The Thurston Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) passed resolutions yesterday that will add two new facilities which will expand office and operations capacity for several departments. The new … more
This weekly report covers single-family home sales in Thurston County over the past week.  There were 109 sales completed from Sunday, June 20, through Saturday, June 26, 2021. The median … more
The Olympia City Council approved the Housing Action Plan, yesterday, which provides key strategies to help residents get an access affordable housing. Olympia’s Strategic Projects … more
Last Thursday, the Lacey City Council discussed its plans to increase utility rates by up to five percent during the regular city council meeting. Lacey Finance Director Troy Woo explained the … more
A man was arrested for being found with employee property and keys to a business that he did not work at on Tue., June 15. Dustin Kornelussen, 35, of Olympia, was caught by two Michels Corporation … more
The 116th Annual meeting of the Thurston County Chamber of Commerce was a hybrid, with both in-person attendees at the Hotel RL and online attendees watching a live stream today. It was the first … more
A man shoplifted over $250 worth of merchandise and was found to be in possession of a dangerous weapon, was arrested and released at the scene by Tumwater police last Friday. Ben Harris, 28, of … more
On Thursday, the Lacey City Council discussed plans to expand the Lacey Municipal Code (LMC) 1.20 to defer certain development costs on new affordable housing projects. LMC 1.20 allows the city to … more
The state invites locals to an online open house about the new State Route 510 Yelm Loop Phase 2 Project, a $58.6 million proposal to construct a two-lane highway. Headed by the Washington State … more
The Olympia City Council received a presentation from Thurston Strong, the county-based economic recovery organization created after the start of the pandemic, which shared that businesses and … more
Last Thursday, May 20, the Lacey Planning Commission shared a proposal to build a new commercial project on the Meridian Campus. In a webinar, Lacey Senior Planner Samra Seymour discussed the … more
Intercity Transit Authority’s directors met on Wednesday and considered alternatives to its Dial-A-Lift services, seeking to control the cost of operation while at the same time providing … more
Experience Olympia & Beyond's Board of Directors has selected Annette Pitts as the organization's next Chief Executive Officer beginning June 7, 2021. "Annette is bringing the energy, skills … more
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