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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
Speakers on both sides of the proposition to create a new regional fire authority (RFA) faced off Wednesday night at a Voter Information Forum co-sponsored by The JOLT News Organization (publisher of … more
No one was hurt in the fire that destroyed Tyee Dental clinic in Tumwater on Thursday, March 30, but the offices were significantly damaged. Firefighters were dispatched at about 5:03 p.m., … more
Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce) awarded the Housing Authority of Thurston County (HATC) $6,909,400 to purchase and convert Tumwater Inn & Suites into housing for seniors, … more
Voters in Olympia and Tumwater are being asked to vote in a special election, April 25, on Proposition 1, to decide whether to merge their fire departments and create a new regional fire authority … more
Some 100 people braved frigid temperatures in Tumwater on Saturday morning, March 25, to celebrate the official launch of a new small neighborhood there. Once completed, the Tâlícn … more
Lacey joined with Olympia, Tumwater and Thurston County when its city council agreed last Thursday, March 16, to to sign up for its share of a settlement from pharmacies and manufacturers involved in … more
A neighborhood park would soon arise on the former site of the demolished Trails End Horse Arena, according to plans discussed by Tumwater’s Park and Recreation Committee on Wednesday, March … more
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