The Washington Public Disclosure Commission unanimously voted Thursday to recommend the state Attorney General's Office take no action against Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey for his activities involving the home rule charter campaign prior to the November 2014 election.
An early challenger has emerged for incumbent Bill Turlay’s seat on the Vancouver City Council. Ty Stober, a self-described "long-time neighborhood and community leader," announced his candidacy Tuesday for council Position 6 in November’s election.
The Washington Public Disclosure Commission staff has found no evidence that Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey violated any law or inappropriately used his position to campaign for the home-rule charter last election.
The C-Tran Board of Directors on Thursday approved three key contracts for a planned bus rapid transit system in Vancouver, clearing one of the final hurdles before the project begins construction this summer.
Sen. Ann Rivers, R-La Center, will host three town hall discussions on transportation issues Saturday and answer questions from constituents about proposed transportation measures. Each meeting is expected to last one hour. Times and locations:
Lawmakers from the 20th Legislative District will host a telephone town hall at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Sen. John Braun, R-Centralia, and Rep. Ed Orcutt, R-Kalama, will share the latest news from Olympia and field questions from constituents. To participate, call 360-302-3005. The district includes the most northerly portion of Clark County and stretches north into Cowlitz and Lewis counties.