Author: Jack Heffernan

Is Camas’ top administrator already on his way out?

Camas’ top administrator might pack his bags soon, less than a year after starting the job.  City Administrator Jamal Fox has been named a finalist for the city manager gig in […]

Commission on Aging to review COVID-19 lessons

The Clark County Commission on Aging has scheduled a discussion for next week that could offer some fresh insights on emergency responders and COVID-19. During its regular meeting at 4:30 p.m. […]

Clark County eyes Fair Housing Month declaration 

The Clark County Council will consider a resolution later this month to declare Fair Housing Month.  The council unanimously agreed during a council time meeting Wednesday to place the item for […]

State of the County offers strange reminder

When Clark County’s 2021 State of the County address begins next week, it’ll be a reminder — one of several of late — of a particularly strange few days. County Council […]

Stimulus could help county’s long-term needs

The most recent federal stimulus package appears to offer Clark County more financial wiggle room than it previously had in its response to COVID-19, and it might offer more than […]

Clark County Council to weigh in on housing study

The Clark County Council will soon begin its contribution to an ongoing study of housing needs in the county’s largest urban area.  The study is examining needs in the Vancouver Urban […]

Clark County’s strangest Friday the 13th

Clark County might have experienced the wildest Friday the 13th in its history last year. On March 13, 2020, the county council declared its first emergency proclamation due to COVID-19. Clark […]

Lentz joins state Affordable Housing Advisory Board

Clark County Councilor Temple Lentz is joining the state Affordable Housing Advisory Board.  Gov. Jay Inslee recently appointed Lentz to the board as a representative of Washington Association of Counties-Western Washington, […]

Clark County Board of Health adds meeting time

The Clark County Board of Health is carving out more meeting time as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.  The board, which consists of the Clark County Council, will meet from 9 a.m. […]

Voter turnout in the special election: Meh

Momentum from the Presidential election in November didn’t appear to significantly affect turnout for the special election earlier this month.  Voters in the Feb. 9 election approved both of the Camas […]

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