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A person will be appointed to serve through November 2023, completing the term of Tracie Markley, who is leaving to become the city’s mayor.
No decision was reached after a 10-hour Kitsap County hearing Thursday on the status of Olalla Valley Vineyard and Winery‘s conditional use permit (CUP). The 5.87-acre winery, owned and operated
The Department of Natural Resources will oversee the aquatic lands and lease, State Parks will manage the uplands and a boating association will renovate, maintain and operate the marina.
New mayor Tracie Markley and new council members Brenda Lykins, Roger Henderson and Seth Storset will begin serving in January.
Mayor Kit Kuhn said he considers his most important accomplishments to be saving Soundview Forest and establishing a strong relationship with the Puyallup Tribe.
Gig Harbor conducted a survey and hosted an open house to solicit public input for use in updating its parks plan.
Emily Randall, D-Bremerton, pre-filed the bill in the Senate on Monday and a companion bill was filed in the House.
Of lodging taxes, $125,000 goes to visitor-drawing events and $375,000 contributes to operating the city’s Tourism and Marketing Department.
The court has jurisdiction over criminal misdemeanors and gross misdemeanors, infractions and parking violations that occur within the city limits.
Also at Monday’s meeting, the Council heard that 416 curbs need to be made ADA-compliant at a rate of 17 per year and $15,000 per ramp.
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