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Water to the campground will be turned off from November 2015 until March 2016. Potable water is available at site #93
Water at Mystery Bay is shut-off for the season. Water will be available again April 2016.
The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Funding Board will give the Seattle-based Washington Trails Association a Bravo Award on Friday for three outstanding trail projects.
Centennial Trail at Sullivan Street will be closed on Friday, November 6, 2015 for 1 hour to install a detour which will remain in place for 3 weeks.
Keeping Washington’s lakes clear and safe for swimming, boating and fishing can sometimes require carefully monitored efforts to control aquatic plants and algae. Read more....
Contractor Kiewit General, A Joint Venture faces a $90,000 penalty from the Washington Department of Ecology for failing to properly decommission 15 groundwater monitoring wells at a construction site in Aberdeen. Read more....
SEATTLE – Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced today that Washington has joined 25 states, cities and counties in filing motions to intervene to support the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s new power plant carbon pollution rules against legal challenge.
EVERETT — Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced an agreement with DSB Investments, Inc., the owner of the Glacier View Apartments in Everett, to enforce compliance with the Washington Law Against Discrimination and the Consumer Protection Act. The agreement, called an Assurance of Discontinuance, was filed in King County Superior Court and is subject to the court’s approval.
“Alcoa announced today that is making deep cuts to many of its aluminum smelting operations throughout the country. Today’s news is a tough blow for many hard-working Washingtonians and communities like Ferndale and Wenatchee where Alcoa employs hundreds of men and women.
Gov. Jay Inslee today announced the appointment of Johanna Bender to the King County Superior Court. Bender will replace Judge Carol A. Schapira, who has served on the King County Superior Court bench since 1989.
OLYMPIA – Oct. 15, 2015 – The owner of The Car Store, Inc. in Lynnwood was sentenced yesterday for stealing thousands of dollars in retail sales tax he collected but did not report to the state.
Gov. Jay Inslee today announced new educational tools to help Washingtonians be better informed about cyber privacy, protecting personal information in the digital landscape and state government policies and practices related to data collection.