LAKEWOOD, WA. Pierce Transit has welcomed several new members to its Community Transportation Advisory Group (CTAG). The Pierce Transit Board of Commissioners confirmed several participants at its Jan. 11 meeting and finalized the list Feb. 8.
The state House of Representatives has approved another round of education bills, with Wednesday’s efforts focusing on getting more kids signed up for College Bound, improving outcomes for homeless students, and helping families save money for kids with disabilities.
By Ed Kane, Freelance Graphics For a few years now Lakewood First Lions have managed to squirrel away $20,000 in a special account, and they have been itching to get it working for them. The money had been raised through a number of fundraising events and pegged for use on a Springbrook Park multi-use shelter. […]
The Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA) discovered that the personal identification information and private health information of more than 91,000 Apple Health (Medicaid) clients was handled improperly by an individual HCA employee. HCA today is sending a notification letter to clients affected by the breach.
After one month, the new MyLakewood311 mobile app has raised the City of Lakewood to an unprecedented level of engagement with its residents.
A Special Meeting of the Pierce County Council will be held on Thursday, February 11, 2016 – 9:00 am in the Pierce County Environmental Services Building (9850 64th Street West, University Place, WA 98467-1078). For the purposes of attending the Pierce County Council Annual Retreat to discuss the following agenda items:
The City of Lakewood is accepting applications to fill one (1) vacancy on the Civil Service Commission.
Albert Einstein said, “The most powerful force in the universe is compound interest.” A bill by Rep. Christine Kilduff (D-University Place) would unleash that power for every child in Washington state.
City of DuPont residents were recently asked if they “would support or oppose a 6/10th sales tax increase to bring public transit services to the City.” Interested in the results? Click here.
The Lakewood City Council will hold a Study Session on Monday, February 8 (7 pm) in the City Lakewood’s Council Chambers (6000 Main Street SW, Lakewood). Access the meeting agenda packet here.