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Russel Douglas looked a little lost when he drove up a driveway off Wahl Road that December day. He quickly figured out he was in the wrong place, thought the homeowner who had seen him drive slowly through the neighborhood 10 minutes earlier, as Douglas put his bright yellow Chevrolet Geo Tracker in reverse and, fast and straight, backed out onto Wahl Road, then drove away. He found where he thought he was supposed to be just down the road, minutes later, because that’s where somebody killed him.
CLINTON — Keep clam. Faced with four options for keeping the ferry terminal in Mukilteo, South Whidbey residents said they most liked an alternative that would move the ferry landing to the north. One option, however, inspired much opposition at Thursday’s public hearing. That $130 million-$140 million scenario for expanding the ferry terminal would keep the dock at the end of Highway 525, but the on-site expansion would mean the removal of Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing.
City officials are continuing to mull over a proposal for a medical marijuana business in Langley.
LANGLEY — City officials hope to hire the Seattle-Tacoma design firm of KPG to do the designing and engineering work on the reconstruction of Second Street.
EVERETT — He touched down with the pride of the past. Then he soared with the Boeing Company’s faith for the future.
LANGLEY — The plans for a medical marijuana “access point” in the Village by the Sea got a warm but wary welcome from city officials at a special council workshop this week.
LANGLEY — City officials met again this week with the Freeland man who hopes to open a medical marijuana “access point” in Langley, but admitted that they’re still unsure what the city can do given the hazy legal fog surrounding medical marijuana issues.
LANGLEY — Imagine the city’s old fire hall on Second Street filled with the pitter-patter of raindrops — and the footsteps of wee ones. It sounds good to the city council, if the reaction at this week’s council meeting was any gauge.
COUPEVILLE — The critics of Diking District 1’s controversial pump project will soon be in control of the district’s board of commissioners. Tom Kraft has an insurmountable lead in votes, 232-105, over incumbent Diking Commissioner Ray Gabelein for a seat on the three-member board.
LANGLEY — The city’s hottest nightspot is proving to be a bit too popular for neighbors of the bustling business. Tension between Mo’s Pub & Eatery and several residents who live near the restaurant has grown since Mo’s opened last April. Though the owners of the business have tried to solve some of the noise and parking problems that have irritated neighbors since the British-style pub opened its doors, some who live nearby say Mo’s is a bad fit for the Second Street neighborhood.
The critics of Diking District 1's controversial pump project will soon be in control of the district's board of commissioners. Tom Kraft has an insurmountable lead in votes, 232-105, over incumbent Diking Commissioner Ray Gabelein for a seat on the three-member board.
LANGLEY — The city’s rank-and-file police officers will get a pay raise under a new contract approved by the Langley City Council on Monday.
Selective logging at Trillium Community Forest will continue through the end of February, officials with the Whidbey Camano Land Trust announced this week.
The number of travelers on the Clinton-Mukilteo ferry route dropped by nearly half during January's wicked week of winter weather.
An Iraq War veteran and local community volunteer is making plans to start a medical marijuana business in Langley. Lucas Jushinski met with city officials last week to outline his plan for a medical marijuana “access point,” which would be located in a low-key facility just outside the downtown area. Langley leaders have been cautiously supportive of the idea, and will hold a special meeting Feb. 15 to gauge public reaction to the idea.
LANGLEY — Support for a funicular — a one-car, public people mover that would be built to connect Cascade Avenue to the Langley Marina area — is on the rise in Langley.
The Village by the Sea is getting on the bandwagon. The bandwagon, in this case, is a tricked-out golf cart.
City Councilman Hal Seligson wasn’t willing to let a little progress stop him now. Seligson had hoped to present his fellow council members with a resolution last week that would put the city squarely in support of a proposed state law that would legalize same-sex marriage.
With three of her four children getting ready to retire over the next decade, Delores in Marysville wanted to chat about Social Security and Medicare. Walter in Mount Vernon wondered about insider trading in Congress. And Jack in Anacortes wanted to talk about the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project.
The Washington State Patrol has reopened Highway 525 after an early morning logging truck accident that injured a 20-year-old Clinton man.