Gregoire announces recovery plan website
Chris Gregoire today launched an updated website
with information about how the federal economic recovery plan is
being implemented in
Included on the site now are:
The contact information for local governments to use to apply for money is especially important.
“Because each fund source will have unique criteria that must be met by the applicant, local projects will need to follow the application process each agency has established to be considered for funding,” said Victor Moore, director of the state’s Office of Financial Management (OFM).
Rep. Wallace reports on transportation legislation
Rep. Deb Wallace, D-17th, reports the
Legislature this week introduced the “2009
Economic Stimulus Transportation Funding Act to distribute
Wallace said the proposal will create 3,300 jobs across the state.
“All told, nearly $150 million in projects will be in contractors’ hands within 90 days, another $71 million within 120 days and the final $124 million within 360 days."
Click on the following link for a complete project list available at the Washington State Department of Transportation website.
It’s March Madness at the museum
CCHM is located in
The museum also is open free from 5 to 9 p.m.
the first Thursday of the month, between February and November, for
The Clark College Vocal Jazz Ensemble and
“Friends” will present a concert on March 10 at 7:00 p.m. in Decker
Theatre on the college campus. Featured high school vocal jazz
The concert will
also feature Northwest recording jazz vocalist, Tobaj, a
Latin/contemporary singer specializing in vocal improvisation (scat
Property tax meeting scheduled
Clark County Assessor Linda Franklin has scheduled a public meeting
for property owners to learn more about their 2009 property tax
statements. The meeting will be held
Approximately 160,000 property tax statements
were mailed by the Clark County Treasurer beginning Feb. 17. The
first half of the tax is due
For additional information please contact the
Clark County Assessor’s Office at
View the unique abstract art of Barbara K. Matkowski opening at First Friday Event in Camas on Friday, March 6th 2009, Nevado Art Gallery. Her work will be on display March 6th-14th, 2009, 428 NE 4th Ave., Camas.
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