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If you've ever tried to turn left onto Old Highway 99 from 79th Avenue and been frustrated by speeding traffic in both directions, you'll be glad to know that a roundabout is coming. The Tumwater … more
John Doan, who is set to retire after 13 years as Tumwater’s city administrator, gave his farewell remarks to the city council on Tuesday, April 18. Doan noted that the Tuesday meeting was … more
An Olympia woman who was recently hired at a Tumwater Walmart was arrested on suspicion of stealing $800 from the cash register in two weeks, later admitting that she took the money for gas and … more
Spring water conservation The City of Olympia is implementing water conservation efforts through savings, rebates, and free kits. Other localities, such as Lacey and Tumwater, also have incentives … more
The Thurston County Republican Party (TCRP) encourages a vote of "NO" on Proposition 1. The TCRP understands and acknowledges the needs of our communities to support and adequately fund critical … more
Robert Shirley, a private citizen of Olympia, filed a complaint against Olympia’s city staff with the Public Disclosure Commission (PDC) on Wednesday, April 12, for using city resources to … more
Deployment Dynamics Group (DDG) was hired to review the proposed Olympia Tumwater Fire Authority (RFA) database, which would be the basis for a Fire Benefit Charge (FBC) to be charged to Olympia and … more
Tumwater city staff proposed to the General Government Committee a resolution on Wednesday, April 12, to establish a uniform process for removing inactive members of commissions, advisory boards, … more
The Tumwater Public Health and Safety Committee authorized the purchase of a new fire engine for the amount of $1,238,023 during a meeting on Tuesday, April 11. The committee is bringing the … more
Capitol Boulevard SW from the 4600 block to E Street will have its north and southbound inside lanes closed tomorrow to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. “Traffic control will be in place … more
The Tumwater Public Works Committee recommended signing with contractors HDR Engineering, Inc. and Clearcreek Contractors for various city projects during a regular meeting last Thursday, April … more
The Tumwater Tree Board talked about the proposed summer program with the school district, along with the recommendation of a heritage tree, during its regular meeting last April 10. Tumwater … more
Tumwater’s Capitol Boulevard and its intersection with Trosper Road SW will be undergoing roadwork this week and the next and will have traffic interruptions. According to the city’s … more
The Tumwater Public Works Committee recommended that the City Council approve and authorize Mayor Debbie Sullivan to increase the stormwater grant funding by $25,000 during its meeting yesterday, … more
I am deeply troubled by the flier recently sent by the City of Olympia (and the City of Tumwater) regarding the Regional Fire Authority ballot measure Proposition No 1. As a resident of Olympia, I … more
Regionalization is a good concept, BUT the current design for the RFA is fatally flawed. Regionalization of governmental functions makes sense if carefully designed to achieve enhanced … more
Tumwater City Council authorized Mayor Debbie Sullivan to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Squaxin Island Tribe on Tuesday, April 4, establishing a framework to strengthen the two … more
Tumwater City Council approved to name a new neighborhood park at The Preserve as “Kindred Park” on Tuesday, April 4, in a 4-3 split decision. Parks and Recreation Director Chuck … more
I have received the flyer sent by the City of Olympia (and the City of Tumwater) regarding the Regional Fire Authority ballot … more
The Lacey Utilities Committee held a hybrid meeting last Monday, April 3, to brief the city council on the LOTT Cleanwater Alliance’s (LOTT) Affordable Housing Pilot Program. Water Resources … more
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