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Trying to pay your utility bills in Woodland? Here’s the hiccup

April 20, 2023, 7:51pm Business

Woodland’s utility billing portal outage has entered its seventh day after servers belonging to the company that manages the small town’s utility payment system crashed last Friday. Read story

Light fixtures resembling tribal hats hang from the ceiling at the grand opening of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe's Q’anápsu Cannabis Dispensary on Thursday afternoon.  Q’anápsu means "grass" in the Cowlitz Coast Salish language.

Cowlitz Tribe opens cannabis dispensary

Light fixtures resembling tribal hats hang from the ceiling at the grand opening of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe's Q’anápsu Cannabis Dispensary on Thursday afternoon.  Q’anápsu means "grass" in the Cowlitz Coast Salish language.

April 20, 2023, 7:14pm Business

As rain cascaded from the sky, tribal drums beat to mark a 4-20 occasion — a new bright green brick and mortar cannabis dispensary, Q’anápsu, opening Thursday afternoon. Read story

Workers assemble products and packaging in the manufacturing department at Hawthorne Gardening Co. in 2021. The company, which announced two layoffs at its Vancouver operation last year, recently reported a 31 percent loss in net sales.

Vancouver’s Hawthorne Gardening Co.: Net sales down 31%

Workers assemble products and packaging in the manufacturing department at Hawthorne Gardening Co. in 2021. The company, which announced two layoffs at its Vancouver operation last year, recently reported a 31 percent loss in net sales.

April 20, 2023, 6:03am Business

Amidst a struggling cannabis industry, Vancouver’s hydroponics and indoor gardening supplier Hawthorne Gardening Co. has reported a 31 percent loss in net sales. Read story

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A view of the proposed development from the Columbia River. Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle pointed out that the renderings falsely suggest that construction will affect the river.

City of Vancouver moving forward on Renaissance Boardwalk project

Otak Architects
A view of the proposed development from the Columbia River. Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle pointed out that the renderings falsely suggest that construction will affect the river.

April 18, 2023, 2:30pm Business

The city is moving forward on a project intended to revitalize Vancouver’s waterfront with a new mixed-use development and boardwalk on the east side of the Interstate 5 Bridge. Read story

The site has a single home on it currently and is surrounded by other single-family homes.

Ginn Group proposes east Vancouver subdivision

The site has a single home on it currently and is surrounded by other single-family homes.

April 18, 2023, 6:04am Business

Ginn Group plans to take several acres in east Vancouver and create 57 new detached homes, according to pre-planning documents submitted to the city of Vancouver. To achieve it, the real estate development company is asking for a zoning change from the city. Read story

Construction continues on the new Skyview Station in Salmon Creek on Monday morning, April 17, 2023.

Skyview Station will welcome Chipotle, MOD Pizza — possibly Trader Joe’s

Construction continues on the new Skyview Station in Salmon Creek on Monday morning, April 17, 2023.

April 17, 2023, 3:38pm Business

Construction continues on Salmon Creek’s Skyview Station. Read story

A 36-unit multi-family apartment project has been proposed on the property currently home to a parking lot for Fourth Plain Church of the Nazarene.

Plans for Vancouver church’s former parcels are progressing

A 36-unit multi-family apartment project has been proposed on the property currently home to a parking lot for Fourth Plain Church of the Nazarene.

April 16, 2023, 6:00am Business

Plans to develop the land next to Fourth Plain Church of the Nazarene are moving forward, according to pre-planning documents submitted to the city of Vancouver. Read story

Washington State Capitol Legislative Building (iStock.com)

Washington lawmakers advance housing bills

Washington State Capitol Legislative Building (iStock.com)

April 15, 2023, 6:02am Business

Housing advocates and residents across Washington rallied to demand solutions for rising rent and housing price tags. This week, legislators in Olympia showed they were listening by passing several bills that would bring more options for affordable homes. Read story

Vacant land west of Northeast 162nd Avenue may be home to a new industrial building.

Developer plans light industrial, warehouse building in east Vancouver

Vacant land west of Northeast 162nd Avenue may be home to a new industrial building.

April 15, 2023, 6:00am Business

Another industrial building is in the works, this one just west of Northeast 162nd Avenue and north of Northeast 48th Street, according to pre-planning documents submitted to the city of Vancouver. Read story

Legislators swear in on the first day of the legislative session at the Washington state Capitol in Olympia, Wash., on Monday, Jan. 9, 2023.

Washington Legislature’s real estate excise tax bill HB 1628 creates a stir

Legislators swear in on the first day of the legislative session at the Washington state Capitol in Olympia, Wash., on Monday, Jan. 9, 2023.

April 14, 2023, 6:03am Business

House Bill 1628, coined the Affordable Housing Act, is causing a stir among Washington residents, real estate agents and legislators. Read story