City Council

Sequim elects Armacost as new mayor

Council members highlight rotating the position

 

Port Angeles City Council mulls legislative priorities

List focuses on housing, waterfront center, transporation

 

Port Angeles council selects Suggs to fill Moran’s seat

LaTrisha Suggs has been appointed to the Port Angeles City Council. Suggs, a 49-year-old restoration planner for the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, was… Continue reading

Sequim City Council member William Armacost looks at designs for the proposed Lavender Meadows development. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Sequim City Council votes down manufactured home park

Lavender Meadows was to bring in 217 houses in three phases

Sequim City Council member William Armacost looks at designs for the proposed Lavender Meadows development. (Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Port Angeles City Council schedules interviews for vacated seat

The Port Angeles City Council will conduct one-on-one interviews with prospective council candidates Tuesday. Applications were due Wednesday for the seat vacated… Continue reading

Peabody Street, Civic Field upgrades in the works

Port Angeles City Council signs deal for projects

Port Angeles City Council approves 2020 budget

$129.7 million spending plan includes restroom replacements

Councilman who did not run for re-election eyes vacant seat

Michael Merideth says he will remain in town for two more years, but not four

Sequim 2020 budget adds utility increase, Fir Street funds

Sidewalk repairs, road connections in next year’s plan

City Council hires Elwha Water Facilities consultant

$150,000 agreement signed to provide support services through 2020

Death of fellow City Council member marked at meeting

Jim Moran remembered in Port Angeles before first reading of 2020 budget

Port Townsend proposes lodging tax allocations

City Council expected to pass 2020 budget next month

Port Angeles City Council members recall Jim Moran as they eye future

Officials: Talk on finding someone to complete term could start by Dec. 3 meeting

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