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The City of Vancouver entrance sign is seen at the corner of Sixth and C streets in downtown Vancouver.

City council scrutinizes A Stronger Vancouver priorities, revenue options

The City of Vancouver entrance sign is seen at the corner of Sixth and C streets in downtown Vancouver.

November 20, 2019, 8:44pm Clark County News

As the Vancouver City Council starts to whittle down the scope of a comprehensive, multimillion-dollar proposal aimed at carrying the city sustainably through the next decade, city leaders are starting to look more critically at their options for raising revenue. Read story

Construction crews are making progress on The Pacific Apartments, located at 3209 Northeast 78th Avenue, as seen on Friday morning, Sept. 6, 2019.

As Vancouver rents continue to rise, definition of ‘affordable’ under scrutiny

Construction crews are making progress on The Pacific Apartments, located at 3209 Northeast 78th Avenue, as seen on Friday morning, Sept. 6, 2019.

November 20, 2019, 6:05am Business

On Monday night, the Vancouver City Council approved a new lease agreement with Block 10 developer Holland Partner Group, allowing the project to tap into the state Multifamily Tax Exemption program to reduce its tax bill for eight years in exchange for making at least 20 percent of the units… Read story

Anthony Ringering of Vancouver strolls across Block 10 in downtown Vancouver. The block is slated to be redeveloped by Holland Partner Group.

Vancouver city council gives Block 10 developer tax break

Anthony Ringering of Vancouver strolls across Block 10 in downtown Vancouver. The block is slated to be redeveloped by Holland Partner Group.

November 18, 2019, 10:14pm Business

A property tax exemption designed to spur more affordable housing was granted to the developer of Block 10 by the Vancouver City council Monday evening, drawing some protest from the community — and Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle — over what should be considered “affordable.” Read story

Road paving crews from Lakeside Industries pave Southeast 24th Street at the intersection of Southeast 150th Avenue on July 12, 2017. Summer 2017 was the first time Vancouver was able to take full advantage of its Transportation Benefit District, resurfacing 23 miles of road and applying preservation treatments to another 115 miles.

I-976 puts Vancouver’s street projects in jeopardy

Road paving crews from Lakeside Industries pave Southeast 24th Street at the intersection of Southeast 150th Avenue on July 12, 2017. Summer 2017 was the first time Vancouver was able to take full advantage of its Transportation Benefit District, resurfacing 23 miles of road and applying preservation treatments to another 115 miles.

November 16, 2019, 6:01am Clark County News

Vancouver’s $40 annual vehicle license fee raised $3.82 million in 2018, which the city leveraged to match state and federal transportation grants, bringing in an additional $8.4 million. Read story

The Vancouver Operations Center is pictured in 2018. The city is purchasing land to serve as a site for a replacement center.

New city of Vancouver Operations Center site approved

The Vancouver Operations Center is pictured in 2018. The city is purchasing land to serve as a site for a replacement center.

November 12, 2019, 6:05am Clark County News

The Clark County Council approved Vancouver’s proposal to purchase a 35-acre plot of land, securing for the city a site expected to eventually house a new Operations Center. Read story

Traffic backs up on West 14th Street as voters drop off ballots in downtown Vancouver on Election Day.

Camas voters overwhelmingly reject community center bond

Traffic backs up on West 14th Street as voters drop off ballots in downtown Vancouver on Election Day.

November 5, 2019, 8:20pm Clark County News

Voters in Camas have overwhelmingly defeated a $78 million bond measure to build a community center in Tuesday's election. Read story

Election Day is Tuesday.

Ready for Election Day? We recap races, issues facing Clark County voters

Election Day is Tuesday.

November 3, 2019, 6:04am Clark County News

There’s something particularly off about the off-year election on Tuesday. Read story

People come and go from the Vancouver Navigation Center in Vancouver.

Share to stop operating Vancouver Navigation Center

People come and go from the Vancouver Navigation Center in Vancouver.

November 1, 2019, 4:00pm Clark County News

Homeless service nonprofit Share will cease operating the Vancouver Navigation Center after January. Read story

Lehman Holder, left, and Sharon Fujioka, both with the Sierra Club, campaign for various Vancouver candidates Friday on the Interstate 205 overpass on Northeast Ninth Street in Vancouver.

Vancouver City Council hopefuls enter election’s home stretch

Lehman Holder, left, and Sharon Fujioka, both with the Sierra Club, campaign for various Vancouver candidates Friday on the Interstate 205 overpass on Northeast Ninth Street in Vancouver.

October 31, 2019, 6:00am Clark County News

David Regan’s got a double-duty mission on Halloween. Read story

The city of Vancouver has officially decided to acquire a new headquarters for the Vancouver Police Department. The building is located at 521 Chkalov Drive, formerly the call center for Wells Fargo.

Vancouver City Council OKs new building for police

The city of Vancouver has officially decided to acquire a new headquarters for the Vancouver Police Department. The building is located at 521 Chkalov Drive, formerly the call center for Wells Fargo.

October 28, 2019, 9:40pm Clark County News

Vancouver is officially moving forward with the acquisition of a new headquarters for its police department, concluding several months of negotiations aimed at helping the department keep up with the city’s steady population growth. Read story