Lacey
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Lacey has seen an increase of $7,507,515 in its General Fund Expenditure for the third quarter of 2022 from the same period last year. During the Finance and Economic Development Committee meeting … more
Lacey city council rejected an ordinance removing their part from the land use review process during a meeting held yesterday, November 17. Voting 4-3, this ordinance would have allowed … more
Authorities are investigating a shooting that involved the Washington State Patrol (WSP) last Friday afternoon after a truck was hijacked on I-5. The WSP said in a news release that a state … more
Lacey’s Historical Commission accepted two acquisitions for the Lacey Museum during a meeting held yesterday, November 16. The first acquisition is the door handles from the Sears building … more
The Washington State Department of Commerce, Thurston County, and the City of Lacey held two public forums on a supportive housing acquisition project in the afternoon and evening on Wednesday, … more
The Lacey Commission On Equity and Board Of Park Commissioners had a joint meeting to review the Lacey Parks, Culture & Recreation’s (LPCR) drafted improvements to the Corporate Sponsorship … more
LACEY, WA, November 14, 2022: Virgil Clarkson, former City of Lacey Mayor and City Councilmember, passed away early Sunday, November 13. Clarkson, one of the longest-serving councilmembers in … more
The Lacey Police Department is seeking two suspects allegedly involved in the theft of a trailer containing at least $5,000 worth of tools. The suspects were aboard an early 2000s Dodge Ram 1500 … more
A citizens’ advocacy group working to stop consideration of building an airport in Thurston County is holding an open meeting this Monday, November 14. “Stop the Thurston … more
Lacey City Manager Scott Spence expressed optimism that the city can still proceed with the plan to build a police station despite the 'hyper-escalation' in the construction cost, which is now … more
The City of Lacey’s Civil Service Commission (CSC) conducted a hybrid meeting on Monday, November 7, to discuss proposed changes to the duties of the chief examiner and civil service … more
Thurston Community Media (TCMedia) has teamed up with the League of Women Voters to bring us local candidate forums videos and coverage.   Scroll down for one-click access to seven … more
A transient Lacey man, who was recently released from jail, was arrested anew after he allegedly broke into a stranger’s home in his search for a place to live. TJ Murray, 28, was arrested … more
Lacey will not produce a State of the Streets report this year as it will switch from reporting annually to every two years, which the city’s Transportation Committee discussed Tuesday, … more
A couple weeks ago I found myself parked next to Lacey Shoe, a business I had given up trying to find. I decided to ask if they could fix the favorite aging boots I was wearing that day. Upon … more
Community conversations are ongoing for the “Young Child and Families Center” project of the City of Lacey, North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS), and the South Sound YMCA. NTPS … more
It was a close game between Central Kitsap High School and North Thurston High School last Friday, October 28 at the South Sound Stadium. Despite their valiant efforts, the Rams fell short and got … more
Lacey’s General Government and Public Safety Committee held its regular meeting on October 25, to discuss the agenda on midtown utility box wraps, property retained by the police for 2022, and … more
Over a hundred cases of public property damage occurred in Lacey parks and facilities within the year, costing the city more than $30,000 for repair labor and materials. Lacey Parks Maintenance … more
A Lacey man was charged with a felony and a misdemeanor after allegedly breaking into a house that he previously worked on and then resisting arrest. Wayne Richard Knapp, 46, was charged with … more
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