A state land-use board has determined that while Clark County’s changes to its zoning have put it in compliance with state law, the county has fallen into a “pattern or practice” of improperly allowing cities to expand their boundaries in a way that prevents the expansions from being challenged.
Town hall session set for 3rd District hopeful: Dorothy Gasque, a Democratic candidate for Southwest Washington’s 3rd Congressional District, is hosting a town hall today. Gasque will discuss why she’s running for representative and answer any questions from the community.
Twenty minutes before the Vancouver City Council meeting started Monday, council chambers were already reaching capacity. As the seats filled, Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle made the rounds greeting those who turned out en masse to celebrate her oath of office and first meeting serving as Vancouver’s first female mayor. By 7 p.m., it was standing-room only.
Tonight Anne McEnerny-Ogle will chair her first meeting as Vancouver’s mayor. Prior to taking her new seat at the dais, she laid out her goals for the first term. Those goals include funding for a second bus rapid transit line, approving the proposed day-center property purchase and developing a plan to replace the Interstate 5 Bridge.