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Concerns include more traffic, higher land prices, code enforcement and compliance.
Senator and Representative met Oct. 3 at Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank.
The goals were ambitious but progress has been slow.
In 2018, around one-third of material sent to regional landfill could have been composted.
Bellevue topped the list for highest apartment rents during the first half of 2019.
Washington state regulations for the marbled murrelet have been in limbo since 1997.
The library board is considering reducing the number of free pages from 75 a week to 10.
Tim Eyman-led initiative would restrict car tabs and transportation benefit districts in Washington.
Update to county code has been more than a year in the making.
KCSO found all but one of the 108 allegations of excessive or unnecessary use of force were justified
The Office of Law Enforcement Oversight has released its annual 2018 report.
Under guise of nonprofit caring for rescued horses, allegations of animal cruelty arose.
Money will go toward early education and postsecondary support.
The report was originally due in October but has been extended until next spring.
It’s set to reap $100 million over the next 20 years from state coffers.
Initial results from the Aug. 6 primary King County Council races are also in.
Puget Sound counties received more than $45 million.
Recruits hired after Dec. 7 will need additional training coming out of the academy.
Tiny pilot project in Glacier could eventually be expanded to Puget Sound region.
Several critical buildings in Puget Sound had installed Aquatherm piping.
VoteWA has run into some problems in recent months as the Aug. 6 primary election draws closer.