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A workshop for families with children ages 9 to 14 years old is coming to Bonney Lake.
Here at Enumclaw-Black Diamond Tutors, we implemented a new system for tracking students and hours in mid-January. The numbers below, except where noted, represent activity from Jan. 15 through Feb. 18. Numbers reported in my previous column represented activity from our inception in October 2007 to Jan. 15.
The Wilkeson Centennial Committee has announced the third installment in its 2009 Centennial Speaker Series.
“So far we’ve got some pretty good indications it started on or near a couch,” East Pierce Fire and Rescue’s Brian Schulz said as he jotted down notes he took while examining the charred remains of what once was someone’s living room. “It looks like flammable liquids may have been used to get it started.”
Area residents are advised the Auburn Driver of Licensing Service Office closed March 27.
Beginning in May, the Bonney Lake Food Bank will once again operate the concession stand at Allan Yorke Park. The City Council unanimously aproved the resolution at its March 24 meeting.
White River School District administrators will sacrifice their scheduled pay raises and professional staff development in an effort to keep a staff position and continue the district’s math training.
A community summit at Calvary Community Church attracted a crowd of Sumner residents intent on strengthening their city.
The 76th annual Daffodil Festival Grand Floral Street Parade will kick off its four-town tour – which includes a key stop in Sumner – at 10:15 a.m. Saturday in downtown Tacoma.
The Washington State Auditor’s Office gave a relatively clean audit to the city of Sumner.
Bonney Lake City Council members voted 5-2 to temporarily freeze Traffic Impact Fee rates at the 2008 level during their March 24 meeting.
The Washington State Auditor's Office has reported a fairly clean audit for the city of Sumner. The audit focused on the city’s accountability for public resources and compliance with laws and regulations, financial statements and federal compliance.
Bonney Lake City Council members voted 5-2 to temporarily freeze Traffic Impact Fee rates at the 2008 level during their March 24 meeting. The fee is assessed by the city on developers, based on how much additional traffic new businesses are expected to generate.
When Buckley City Councilman Ron Weigelt stepped down a month ago, it was discovered that the city didn't have a policy for filling a vacancy caused by the resignation of a council member whose term has not yet expired. The council remedied that situation and now has an exact methodology for filling vacated positions.
Enumclaw’s campaign season got off to a rousing start Wednesday when Councilwoman Liz Reynolds announced her candidacy for mayor.
While the Puget Sound Regional Council decided March 12 how to allocate federal stimulus dollars for Pierce County projects, disappointment continues to flow from the fact the Port of Tacoma received the overwhelming majority of the funding.