The city intends to contribute from next year’s budget to help wrap up loose ends on the nearly completed railways project.
Works in the open juried art show can continue to be viewed at Harbor History Museum through Nov. 27.
New Chamber of Commerce Director Miriam Battson says that despite the pandemic, businesses continue to open and do well, though others are struggling.
City Council member Tracie Markley had been unopposed after John Skansi pulled out of the mayor’s race to run for City Council.
Abersold wants to help the community get past the pandemic; Storset looks to help families, family-owned businesses.
Longtime resident and Councilman Jim Franich is attempting to hold on to his seat against relative newcomer and nurse practitioner Brenda Lykins.
Roger Henderson held a 54% to 31% edge over John Skansi in the August primary in their pursuit of a seat being left vacant by Bob Himes.
Incumbent Jeni Woock captured 71% of the votes in the three-person August primary election. Robert Wiles followed with 17%.
Several actions have been taken the past few years to recognize the historical importance of the area where Gig Harbor now sits to its original inhabitants.
Though Oliver Colglazier’s disorder prevents him from getting a driver’s license, Make-a-Wish presented him with the next best thing.
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