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Beverage can manufacturer Crown Cork & Seal Company (Crown) agreed to pay $1,945,305 as penalties due to its violations of air quality regulations, a news release by the Olympic Region Clean Air … more
The Port of Olympia Commissioned approved on Monday, February 26, the contract of Alex Smith, the new executive director. Smith’s contract is for $210,000 and takes effect on March 18, … more
The Port of Olympia Commission voted to join an interlocal agreement with other Washington airports on Monday, February 26, to potentially litigate the state for not using fuel taxes for … more
Thurston County’s Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Business Task Force outlined its crucial recommendations, highlighting support for existing BIPOC businesses, new startups, and … more
The Board of County Commissioners approved an ordinance amending its agriculture code on Tuesday, February 20. The changes expand permissible agricultural uses to the county’s long-term … more
A developer proposing a new affordable housing project at 505 Union Avenue SE is exploring options to reduce development costs through potential frontage improvement exemptions under the city's … more
After deliberating on the environmental concerns, pedestrian and bicycle safety investments, and housing needs, Olympia's Land Use and Environment Committee accepted the Planning Commission's … more
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The Port of Olympia Commission chose Alexandra Smith as the port's new executive director, a news release from the port announced yesterday. Commissioners held an executive session yesterday to … more
The intersection between at Martin Way and Meridian Road will be converted into a roundabout. Intercity Transit’s (IT) board of directors authorized General Manager Emily Bergkamp on … more
The Port of Olympia Commission narrowed its choices to two candidates for the new executive director: Mike Reid and Alexandra Smith. The commission held a meeting today, February 8, to evaluate … more
Thurston Regional Planning Council (TRPC) discussion of the housing needs assessment and proposed allocation methodology, TRPC member Hilary Seidel urged the staff Friday, January 2, to consider … more
Officials from the Washington State Auditor's Office said Lacey has generally been compliant with local and state laws, regulations and policies but the city also found itself under scrutiny … more
The Washington Department of Enterprise Services (DES) continues to plan the removal of the 5th Avenue Dam and restoring the Deschutes Estuary. For this year, DES will focus on completing an … more
by Jerry Cornfield, Washington State Standard Mobile home parks are coming up for sale and there are signs that a new law giving residents a chance to buy them is working. Since mid-July, … more
The Port of Olympia Commission unanimously voted to re-elect Commissioner Bob Iyall as its president on Monday, January 22. Iyall was the commission president before Commissioner Amy Evans … more
In a 5-2 vote, the Olympia Planning Commission on Monday approved a recommendation of a text amendment to allow drive-throughs as a conditional use on properties on Plum Street between Union Avenue … more
  The Port of Olympia Commission amended an interlocal agreement with the city of Tumwater to extend their partnership and continue developing a habitat conservation plan (HCP). The … more
Intercity Transit (IT) Fleet and Facilities Director Jonathan Yee presented to their board of directors the staff’s recommendations for the agency’s transition to a zero-emission fleet … more
The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) Division of Consumer Services has released a policy statement emphasizing the need for virtual currency kiosk operators to provide … more
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