Month: July 2023

Letter from county employee raises question of bias

A letter sent to the Battle Ground City Council is raising a few eyebrows. The letter comes from Max Booth, who was recently named chief building official for Clark County […]

Perez critics, defenders resort to online business reviews

“Horrible service from horrible people.” “Just the worst experience with this service.” “Mediocre service, I did not enjoy my interactions at this facility.” These are some of a recent flurry of negative Yelp […]

Perez celebrates first six months in Congress

Out of 212 democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives, Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez ranks seventh highest for most frequently cosponsoring Republican bills, according to a press release celebrating the […]

County council changes meeting schedule

Anyone planning to attend a Clark County Council meeting should be aware the council recently changed its meetings schedule. Because council meetings often run for three or four hours long, and […]

County council considers employment forecast

The Clark County Council on Wednesday moved forward with the next step in updating the county’s Comprehensive Growth Management Plan by reviewing employment projections for the next 20 years. Community Development […]

Vancouver mayor highlights city’s climate work

In the seven months since the city of Vancouver adopted its Climate Action Framework, the city has created jobs and programs to help achieve its goal of carbon neutrality by […]

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