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If you have driven down Plum Street and thought you saw something new – well you have. The newest mural to grace downtown Olympia is on the wall of the Plum Street YMCA and … more
The Port of Olympia and Olympia City Council authorized their respective managements to sign a petition seeking to establish a new taxing district to be called the Downtown Olympia - Downtown … more
Years in the making. The rumors floating in downtown Olympia are true: Sarah’s Love Bites has officially opened for business. After a dogged effort by Max Zavestra and Sarah Jenkins, they are … more
Intercity Transit’s (IT) Board of Directors authorized Interim General Manager Emily Bergkamp to sign two new contracts with its state and federal lobbyists on Wednesday, September 20. more
The Lacey City Council signed a cooperation agreement with the Nisqually Indian Tribe in support of the tribe’s plans to develop 250 acres of tribal land. “The Nisqually Tribe is in … more
Some residents of Thurston County came forward during the Tuesday, September 19 public hearing to weigh in on the proposed rezoning of some areas under the Grand Mound Subarea Plan Update. … more
The end of September is near, but the fun events just got started.  more
The Port of Olympia Commission announced that it has accepted Executive Director Sam Gibboney’s separation of service during a meeting on Tuesday, September 19. “The commission … more
Lacey’s Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) reviewed the 2024 lodging tax fund applications at a meeting yesterday, September 13, which included requests aimed at promoting the city. In … more
On Wednesday, September 13, the Olympia Site Plan Review Committee held a presubmission conference on a proposal to construct two triplexes on the 1.60-acre Taylor Short Plat subdivision along Cooper … more
Amelia Layton, head staff of the Olympia Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC), presented the updated LTAC policy to make the program accessible and equitable and provide an easier process for … more
The Lodging Tax Advisory Committee (LTAC) met to discuss plans and updates regarding Lodging Tax applications and fund allocation for the upcoming years. Discussions centered on determining the … more
The Thurston Board of County Commissioners and county staff deliberated on the new guidelines released by the US Department of Treasury in spending the American Rescue Plan (ARPA) funds. Under … more
The properties are immediately southwest of the Wal-Mart store on Littlerock Road and west of the Home Depot store. more
For Vince Arevalo and Ted Hohney, the words “those kids have got talent” mean more than either one could have imagined. “My wife and I have two sons,” began Arevalo as he … more
New apartments with modern touches typically only available in custom homes are coming to the Lacey area starting next week. Harbor Custom Development Inc. (Nasdaq: HCDI) is now leasing … more
On Wednesday, the Olympia Site Plan Review Committee revisited the partially developed project at 1220 12th Avenue SE to review the proposed construction of office spaces. At the Wednesday … more
Pedestrian improvements are planned for the Olympia Transit Center at the northwest corner of the property, which will add accessibility and reduce trip hazards, among other goals.   … more
A “full access” ceramics studio opened on August 20 in downtown Olympia. Flipped Pot Ceramics Studio is the passion of Jessica St. Louis, a former teacher and now first-time business … more
Olympia Community Planning & Development Director Leonard Bauer explained how the 20-year Comprehensive Plan aims to prepare the city’s development for the future. In a post on the … more
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