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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.
Upbeat music sounded from a speaker outside the new Artondale Elementary School on Monday. A steady stream of cars pulled up in front of the recently completed, two-story building. Staff
The forest with Donkey/North Creek running through would be kept in its current state.
Wastewater treatment plant operators say fat, oil and grease go in the garbage, not down the drain.
Three residents were able to escape, though one was taken to the hospital with injuries and the home is not habitable.
It took three years to solve a variety of problems, but now if something happens, cameras can tell the true story.
“People say they were ‘December tired’ in October.” — Carol Rivera, president Peninsula Education Association
Family-like squad hopes to finish perfect season with a state title.
Four of the volunteers have each worked at the Kimball Drive store that benefits Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital for about 40 years.
Peninsula took an early lead, but three long touchdown passes proved to be the difference in a 36-21 loss to the visiting Vikings.
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