In fact, we’ve already started reporting the creepy building story. Expect to see it soon.
We most recently had reporter Jeffrey Mize investigate a question about whether signs placed in public rights of way advertising things such as roofing, gutter cleaning and painting are in violation of city or county code. The answer, which was published Saturday, is that most of those signs are in fact illegal, but enforcement efforts to fight them are limited.
Previously, we’ve explored the future of Vancouver’s Water Works Park and the fate of its amphitheater, discovered the purpose of a mysterious building near Battle Ground, and found out what development plans are in the works for a parcel at the corner of Northeast Highway 99 and Northeast 117th Street.
All of those questions came from readers. Got a question of your own? Visit the Clark Asks page at Columbian.com and let us know about a place, person or issue in Clark County that mystifies or intrigues you. We’ll do our best to find the answer.