He is fourth top official to announce plans to leave in past two months
Jim Dickman accepts job with Pierce County
City says influence should be in line with share of riders
A proposal to have the city of Vancouver give up one seat on the C-Tran Board of Directors does not sit well with the Vancouver City Council, which, as Mayor Tim Leavitt said Monday, has no intention to cede any of its authority.
Opponents sued Vancouver for not placing initiative on ballot
Residents want judge to order anti-light rail initiative on ballot
Judge sets rules for two tasting events to use the same park
Don't call it "Vancouver Winefest" or "Vancouver Craft Winefest." "Craft Winefest of Vancouver" is the legally acceptable name for a three-day event this month at Esther Short Park.
Federal judge said Clark County is liable for damages
New lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court challenges decision to give land to Cowlitz Tribe
Longtime event says name of new one still too close; lawsuit proceeds
Changing the name of a June festival from "Vancouver Winefest," to "Vancouver Craft Winefest," wasn't enough to get Choice Events out of legal hot water with organizers of Bravo! Vancouver's "Vancouver Wine & Jazz Festival."
The Downtown Redevelopment Authority, the legal entity that oversees the city-owned Hilton Vancouver Washington, will be able to refinance bonds to take advantage of lower interest rates.
New event changing its name in an attempt to settle lawsuit
Vancouver Winefest, a three-day charitable event being held this month in Esther Short Park, has been renamed Vancouver Craft Winefest in an attempt to settle a lawsuit filed by Bravo! Vancouver.
Chief civil deputy prosecutor takes lower-paying job with Vancouver
Chief civil deputy prosecutor Bronson Potter announces he's going to work for city of Vancouver