Month: December 2022

Remaining billboard sounds (alarm clock) bells

The election is over and chosen officials — incumbents and fresh faces alike — are already prepared to begin their terms. Still, former candidates’ signs remain scattered throughout neighborhoods and […]

Tension lingers after city’s forum reduction

The Vancouver City Council on Monday voted to limit its community forums, theoretically to improve future public communication. Policy revisions outline that the city council will dedicate at least four evenings […]

JHB provides final remarks on House floor

On Tuesday, Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler spoke on the House floor for the last time, providing a farewell to the role she filled since 2010. It was sentimental. Herrera Beutler began by […]

City plans to limit community forums

Those who often tune into Vancouver City Council’s weekly meetings can likely predict when its community forums will veer off course with diatribes entrenched in conspiracies. City officials can, too, and […]

Rare council configuration approves tax increases

On Tuesday, the Clark County Council narrowly approved a 1 percent plus banked capacity increase to both the property tax and road fund with a 3-2 vote. It was the […]

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