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The city of Port Townsend has seen both its number of parking tickets issued and the revenues raised by them plummet over the past seven years. more
An estimated 400 people gathered at the intersection of Kearney Street and Sims Way in Port Townsend Tuesday afternoon to rally in support of impeaching President Donald Trump. more
About 50 people gathered in opposition to the governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy”  order Tuesday to protest what they say is an infringement of their Constitutional rights. more
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Following The Leader’s June 26 story on parking enforcement within the city of Port Townsend, the city’s business owners, employees and customers had no shortage of opinions to offer about the availability of parking spaces in Port Townsend, and very few of them were pleased about it. more
Problems with the safety and condition of Adams Street have seen it closed without public due process for almost a year. more
The Board of County Commissioners voted in favor of moving to Phase 2 of the governor’s “Safe Start” plan for reopening the economy. more
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The intersection of state Route 104 and Paradise Bay and Shine roads is getting a roundabout, regardless of the entirely negative commentary by members of the public who contributed verbal and written input to an open house prior to the Labor Day weekend. more
Impeachment of President Donald Trump was on the minds and in the hopes of nearly 300 people who marched down Water Street for the fourth annual Womxn’s March on Jan. 18. Close on the activists’ heels came Trump’s own supporters: around 15 people carrying American flags and signs supporting the re-election of the current president. more
The Board of Health will convene in a special meeting at 5 p.m. on May 7 with county commissioners and Port Townsend City Council members to discuss whether Jefferson County can move forward into the state’s “Phase 2” of reopening businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. more
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Amid the debate over Washington State Department of Transportation’s determination to build two highway roundabouts, data confirms one concern of Olympic Peninsula drivers: it’s dangerous to cross high-speed lanes to turn left onto state Route 104. more
It’s been the subject of enough talk in Quilcene for The Leader to receive multiple calls about it, but relatively few folks who live in town wish to speak on the record about the noose that’s hanging in the window of the Whistling Oyster Cafe. more
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