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Washington State Department of Commerce Senior Planner Laura Hodgson briefed the Tumwater Planning Commission on new housing elements that support low-income households during a meeting last night, … more
Homeless Prevention and Affordable Housing Coordinator Keylee Marineau reported that the Sleater Kinney Camp has been cleared and hardened already by the Washington State Department of Transportation. … more
City of Olympia Hearing Examiner Mark Scheibmeir reviewed and verbally approved the 22-5482 Harrison Avenue Plat application during a hearing yesterday, September 25. “I've been asked to … more
On Wednesday, September 13, the Olympia Site Plan Review Committee held a presubmission conference on a proposal to construct two triplexes on the 1.60-acre Taylor Short Plat subdivision along Cooper … more
Thurston County’s Board of County Commissioners approved contracts with six nonprofit organizations to contribute to seven affordable housing projects. The county’s combined contributions … more
Olympia plans to convert its Plum Street Village from a homeless shelter into an elevated workforce entry, supported home village to help its residents secure employment and permanent housing. … more
On Wednesday, the Olympia Site Plan Review Committee held a presubmission conference on a proposed 35-unit residential development on 8th and Adams Street. more
Criminal Justice Regional Program Manager Leah Landon presented the first version of the formal proposal for Thurston County’s Court Alternative Program (TC-CAP) to the Board of County … more
Plum Street Village, one of Olympia's programs to combat homelessness, will transition into a workforce entry-supported home village to empower residents to secure permanent housing. Plum Street … more
New apartments with modern touches typically only available in custom homes are coming to the Lacey area starting next week. Harbor Custom Development Inc. (Nasdaq: HCDI) is now leasing … more
The Regional Housing Council (RHC) accepted the recommendation to fund seven programs for $5.5 million, which is expected to create 137 new affordable housing units. The recommendation will be … more
We are writing to say “Hurrah!” to the City of Olympia Council and City Manager. At the Tuesday, August 21, Olympia City Council meeting the Council approved a resolution rescinding … more
The housing element of Tumwater’s new comprehensive plan will require the most work among other portions of the plan as city staff would have to consider new state legislations, Planning … more
During the agenda-setting meeting earlier today, Homeless Prevention and Affordable Housing Coordinator Keylee Marineau reported that 15 more beds are available at the Maple Court homeless … more
The Olympia City Council tackled the proposed rental housing registration and inspection program, which aims to improve housing quality, tenant protection, and education. At the city council … more
Tumwater is set to update four minor development regulations to clarify certain requirements for manufactured home parks, utilities, buildings along the town center, and industrial buildings over 65 … more
The Olympia City Council approved an ordinance relating to electric vehicle parking requirements to ensure infrastructure and accessible electric vehicle (EV) charging for residents on Tuesday. … more
Note to Reader: What you are about to read is one homeless man’s account of why he is homeless. This individual consented to the interview and could refuse to answer any question. This is his … more
On Wednesday, the Olympia Site Plan Review Committee heard the Salvation Army's proposal of building a 61-unit affordable senior housing at 821 Fourth Avenue E. In the narrative, the site is … more
Lacey Veterans Services Hub Manager Keith Looker reported the city’s services’ success in serving veterans in the county for the past quarter during an informational session yesterday, … more
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