Archive for October, 2011

Port of Camas-Washougal Hosts First Open House For Waterfront Revitalization

October 12, 2011
Port of Camas-Washougal Hosts First Open House For Waterfront Revitalization

PRESS RELEASE: The Port of Camas-Washougal today announced it will host the first public meeting to hear public input and listen to suggestions from community members about public access and site development of the land area between 2nd Street and 6th Street, south of Highway 14 in Washougal. The public meeting, moderated by the environmental contractor...
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LETTER: Upcoming Election Causes Concern for Future of ECFR volunteers

October 8, 2011

I spent 30+ years as a Volunteer Firefighter/EMS Responder for District #9 and ECFR. Commissioners Clancy, Hoober, and Larson have helped guide this department over their many years in office. They have served selflessly, always doing what is best for our residents, and always keeping the Fire District within budget. It is no secret that the candidates opposing...
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LETTER: ECFR Commissioners Larson, Clancy, and Hoober deserve praise and your vote

October 3, 2011

The majority of the East County Fire and Rescue (ECFR) Board of Commissioners is up for re-election this year. Collectively, Gary Larson, John Clancy, and Jack Hoober have over 52 years of experience. As a 17-year resident, and a past Fire Commissioner for ECFR, I witnessed firsthand the exceptional performance of these individuals. Along...
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LETTER: Joyce is Her Choice for Washougal City Council

October 1, 2011

Joyce Lindsay is one of the most honest & caring women that I know. She is committed to her community and sincerely interested in making Washougal a nice place to live. She has served on the executive board of the Camas Performing Arts Series, and independently developed a garden at Hathaway School for beautification...
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