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Internet service provider Ziply Fiber Pacific is working to make its services available in Tumwater. The Tumwater City Council conducted a public hearing on Tuesday, January 16, for an ordinance … more
The Port of Olympia Commission discussed possible panel members to interview the final candidates for the executive director position at its meeting yesterday. Cliff Moore, a consultant from … more
The Thurston County Board of County Commissioners held a public hearing yesterday, January 16, to collect community comments on the proposed changes to the counties Agriculture Code . Community … more
Olympia's Hearing Examiner Mark Scheibmeir has recommended approving an amendment to the Evergreen Park Planned Unit Development (PUD) that would enable mixed-use commercial and multifamily … more
The Port of Olympia deployed a research vessel on Monday, January 8, to help the Port collect sediment samples from Budd Inlet. The collected samples will be analyzed to help the Port identify … more
Tumwater City Council reviewed four amendments to its development code during a work session on Tuesday, January 9. The proposed changes are part of the city’s annual housekeeping amendments, … more
The newly expanded five-member Port of Olympia Commission deferred the election of its new officers until its next regular meeting on January 22. The commission was scheduled to vote on its new … more
The Olympia Planning Commission is weighing on a proposal to change regulations and permit drive-throughs within a defined segment of Plum Street between Union Avenue and Fifth Avenue that could … more
Her childhood was a bit of a paradox – one that she described as poor but beautiful.   “I appreciate my upbringing because it makes me the person I am today,” said Maria … more
Tumwater’s new hearing examiner Mark Scheibmeir led a public hearing this week on the proposed development of the Yorkshire Apartments, an apartment complex to be built between Israel Road and … more
Most members of the Parking and Business Improvement Area (PBIA) Advisory Board expressed support for the hotel redevelopment proposal submitted in response to the 108 State Avenue building, a … more
West Olympia-based yoga studio True Self Yoga has acquired a new property to house its new instructor  training facility. True Self Yoga, located in Westmoor Court along Black Lake … more
In 2023, community votes and input played a vital role in shaping the direction of decisionmaking in Olympia. During the April election, Olympia and Tumwater rejected the proposed creation of a … more
In addition to enduring and divisive concerns about housing, development, and homelessness, 2023 saw some less-fractious strides in Olympia’s efforts to promote climate readiness and green … more
Homegrown pizza chain Brewery City Pizza has reopened its doors for dine-in visitors. All three pizzeria locations in Tumwater, Lacey, and West Olympia have only been open for take-outs and … more
Intercity Transit has announced its closure on Christmas Day, Monday, Dec. 25, 2023; and New Year’s Day, Monday, Jan. 1, 2024, in line with the upcoming holidays. This closure includes all … more
Olympia City Council formed a subcommittee to further evaluate two vastly different competing proposals for the future of the historic 108 State Avenue NW building at the intersection of State and … more
On Tuesday, December 12, Olympia City Council approved amendments to its Multifamily Tax Exemption (MFTE) plan that would expand the program to include eastside and westside residential areas and … more
Port of Olympia Commission has agreed to revise a lease form indicating that the port will credit Panattoni Development Company for the construction of road improvements along Center Street in … more
Olympia Hearing Examiner Mark Scheibmeir reviewed public testimony and documents related to the conversion of the 192-room Olympia Hotel at Capitol Lake in the Evergreen Park Planned Unit Development … more
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