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Both sides of Highway 116 on either side of the Nordland General Store were lined with cars, trucks and other vehicles well before the scheduled tree lighting Dec. 1. Locals clustered in front of the festively lit storefront in such crowded numbers that someone had to call out “car” any time a vehicle needed to pass by. more
The Jefferson County Public Utility District has changed the name of its low-income program and hopes to double its impact from last year. more
When the lighting system at Memorial Athletic Field was complete in October, it marked an end to the piecemeal repairs and replacements that had been going on for years. more
After the Tarboo Ridge Coalition filed three complaints with Jefferson County two weeks ago claiming Fort Discovery had begun development on a proposed shooting facility without proper permits, Fort Discovery owner Joe D’Amico fired back with a complaint of his own Dec. 3. During the public comment period of the Board of County Commissioners meeting, D’Amico brought up several issues concerning the property where the Olympic Music Festival once was held, now known as Concerts in the Barn. more
County commissioners heard public testimony Monday regarding the 2019 budget, which aims to retain current services while investing in operating efficiency and regulatory reform. more
In its continuing effort to consolidate administrative roles, the Port of Port Townsend has named former planning director Eric Toews as the new deputy director. Port Executive Director Jim Pivarnik obtained approval from the port commission for the move after Greg Englin, the former port director of operations, was hired last month as the executive director at the Port of Kingston. more
Running between rehearsals, overseeing costume fittings and set designs, and preparing to dazzle crowds at the annual Port Townsend Christmas tree lighting is a pretty average December day for Denise Winter, the artistic director of Key City Public Theater. more
The city of Port Townsend is soliciting input on what the public wants from its new city manager. more
The Jefferson County Board of Commissioners approved on Nov. 26 a 10-year system of rates and charges on parcels in unincorporated Jefferson County that will help the Jefferson County Conservation District with funding.   The conservation district, which helps landowners protect natural resources while making a living from the land, struggled financially when the state Legislature failed to pass a capital budget in 2017. For seven months, the district did not receive state funding. more
Cold drizzle didn’t dampen the spirits of the hundreds who turned out Dec. 1 to see the lighting of the Port Townsend Holiday Tree. more
A water main break on Oak Bay Road near Port Hadlock on Nov. 27 and downed power lines on Thorndyke Road north of Coyle on Nov. 30 capped off a month that Jefferson County Public Utility District described as prone to “widespread outages.” PUD Communications Manager Will O’Donnell said the water main left three dozen people without water for about four hours but was repaired by 5 p.m. more
The Victorian Holidays Celebration, set for Dec. 1, will launch the local holiday season, complete with the lighting of the Port Townsend holiday tree and the arrival of Santa Claus, who will ride on the Kiwanis Choo Choo Train. more
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