City Council

Sequim drone show remains possibility on Fourth of July 2021

City Council asks staff to explore funding, fireworks options

 

City Council to consider supporting Snake River dam removal

The Port Angeles City Council will discuss the removal of the lower Snake River dams today. Council members will consider signing a… Continue reading

 

Rental relief demand prompts Port Angeles council action

Demand for the city’s COVID-19 rental relief program has outpaced supply, prompting the Port Angeles City Council to transfer $37,000 and waive… Continue reading

Port Townsend extends timeline for decision on banked capacity funds

The Port Townsend City Council has unanimously approved a resolution that would extend the timeline for a decision on the potential expenditure… Continue reading

Sequim fills two city council positions

Kincaid, Pence replace Miller, States

Forks ordinance to retain state sales tax funds for housing

A portion of existing state sales tax collected in Forks is now being retained and will be directed by the city toward addressing… Continue reading

Port Townsend suspends late fees

City Council ratifies COVID-19 changes

Port Townsend City Council to hold off on spending $908,000

Timeline extended on decision following annexation into East Jefferson Fire District

Port Angeles City Council OKs utility, rental assistance

The Port Angeles City Council has approved $300,000 in financial assistance for utility customers and renters during the COVID-19 crisis. It also… Continue reading

Engineering deal OK’d for Lincoln Street project

Project aims to improve safety on busy street

Port Townsend eyes changes to housing code

Amendments to change modulation, maximum size of ADUs

Port Townsend GIS Coordinator Tyler Johnson, left, resident Kris Nelson, interim public works director David Peterson and resident Steve Mader discuss the closure of Adams Street on Tuesday at the Port Townsend Community Center. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)

Public prefers to keep Adams Street closed

Ideas include conversion into park, walking path

Port Townsend GIS Coordinator Tyler Johnson, left, resident Kris Nelson, interim public works director David Peterson and resident Steve Mader discuss the closure of Adams Street on Tuesday at the Port Townsend Community Center. (Zach Jablonski/Peninsula Daily News)
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                                Jennifer States addresses the Sequim City Council at a question-and-answer session for potential candidates for the vacant seventh council seat in January 2018. States has announced her intention to resign from the council.

Sequim City Council member to resign

Vacant position to be filled by appointment of the council

<strong>Matthew Nash</strong>/Olympic Peninsula News Group
                                Jennifer States addresses the Sequim City Council at a question-and-answer session for potential candidates for the vacant seventh council seat in January 2018. States has announced her intention to resign from the council.

Health care navigator project gets boost

Community Paramedicine program helps those in need, saves money