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Cowlitz Indian Tribe elects 6 members to serve on tribal council

June 8, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

The Cowlitz Indian Tribe has elected six members to its 22-member tribal council. The new members, who will serve three-year terms, were elected at the June 4 general council meeting. Read story

Battle Ground councilor named to fish board

June 8, 2022, 5:42am Clark County News

Battle Ground City Councilor Troy McCoy has been named to the Lower Columbia River Fish Recovery Board as the southwest cities representative. Read story

Construction on Hockinson disc golf course, shelter, pedestrian bridge underway at park

June 8, 2022, 5:42am Clark County News

Construction of an 18-hole disc golf course, pedestrian bridge and shelter is underway at Hockinson Meadows Community Park. Read story

The Clark County Council met Tuesday morning to discuss the buildable lands proposal.

Clark County Council’s buildable lands hearing draws foes, fans

The Clark County Council met Tuesday morning to discuss the buildable lands proposal.

June 7, 2022, 5:33pm Clark County News

The Clark County Council is one step closer to adopting updates to the county’s vacant buildable lands report following a public hearing Tuesday. The hearing was a continuation of meetings held March 1 and April 19. The county has until June 30 to adopt the revised report to meet the… Read story

U.S. Forest Service wildlife biologist John Jakubowski, left, discusses relocating beaver to the Woods Creek area with fellow biologist Erik White from the Cowlitz Indian Tribe and USFS public affairs specialist Alexandra Pengelly.

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U.S. Forest Service wildlife biologist John Jakubowski, left, discusses relocating beaver to the Woods Creek area with fellow biologist Erik White from the Cowlitz Indian Tribe and USFS public affairs specialist Alexandra Pengelly.

June 7, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

An overcast sky and the off-and-on splatter of raindrops couldn’t dim the enthusiasm of wildlife biologists John Jakubowski and Erik White on Thursday as they ventured into the Woods Creek Watchable Wildlife Area to look for signs of beaver living along the creek. Read story

The Clark County Council will address recommendations on how to create more housing options at all income levels outside of cities.

Does Clark County have enough space for projected growth?

The Clark County Council will address recommendations on how to create more housing options at all income levels outside of cities.

June 5, 2022, 6:15am Business

On Tuesday, the Clark County Council will hold a public hearing on the updated Buildable Lands Report. The county has until June 30 to adopt the updated report to meet the state legislative deadline and submit it to the Department of Commerce. Read story

Applicants sought for Clark County Development and Engineering Advisory Board

June 3, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

County Manager Kathleen Otto is looking to fill one pending vacancy on the Clark County Development and Engineering Advisory Board. Read story

Construction to begin on new Kozy Kamp park near Clark County Fairgrounds

June 2, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

Clark County will begin construction on Kozy Kamp Neighborhood Park on Monday. The park is at 17410 N.E. 29th Ave. in the Fairgrounds Neighborhood. Read story

The Clark County Council is considering options for expanding public access to the 78th Street Heritage Farm, which is home to WSU Clark County Extension.

Clark County Council hears hazy future of 78th Street Heritage Farm

The Clark County Council is considering options for expanding public access to the 78th Street Heritage Farm, which is home to WSU Clark County Extension.

June 1, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

Finding a way to make Clark County’s 78th Street Heritage Farm financially solvent while increasing public access remains elusive. Read story

Vancouver firm Rotschy Inc. to build $4.75M sewer project on Northeast 20th Avenue

June 1, 2022, 6:00am Business

Clark Regional Wastewater District awarded a $4.75 million contract Tuesday to Vancouver-based Rotschy Inc. for construction of a Northeast 20th Avenue sewer pipeline. Read story