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Clinton was buzzing Thursday morning as people lined the Port of South Whidbey pier, lines tied to the railing a few paces apart, hoping to catch a crustacean.
Community Events, July 2015
Island County’s 2014 beaver dam rules sprang a significant leak recently when a state regulatory board found they failed to protect critical areas as required by state law and were not based on best available science.
The Langley City Council will hold a public hearing over a public right of way vacation in the alley between First and Second streets behind the Star Store next week. The hearing is scheduled to take place at the council’s regularly scheduled monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall.
Langley’s still unformed ethics board is on its way with the scheduled appointment of two additional members Monday, July 6. The Langley City Council is expected to hear and confirm a pair of appointments to the ethics board. The two candidates are Sharon Betcher and Monica Guzman.
A one-car accident shut down East Harbor Road for more than an hour early Wednesday and knocked out power to a nearby home. The driver was identified by the Island County Sheriff’s Office as Freeland resident Newton Kellogg, 18. He was southbound in a 2003 Mazda MPV at about 5 a.m. when his vehicle veered off the road and struck a power pole. The vehicle also rolled and destroyed a fence.