The board of the Island County Economic Development Council announced this week the 2009 Uniquely Whidbey Biz Expo would not be held.
EDC officials said the event was postponed.
Goosefoot continues its work on a new grocery in Bayview, but the shelves in the new store will stay empty unless the nonprofit gets a low-interest loan from the state.
Island County commissioners will vote today to authorize a $500,000 loan application to the state’s Washington Rural Development Loan Fund.
The races for South Whidbey port district and Island County Fire District 3 commissioners, and Island Transit’s request for an increase in the sales tax, are coming down to the wire.
Tuesday, Aug. 18 is Primary Election Day.
After 23 months of deliberation, proposed development standards for the city’s waterfront will come before the city council next week.
The council will have a first reading of a proposed ordinance adopting a Wharf Street Overlay District, which would amend the city’s municipal code to govern future development in Langley’s historic but constricted harbor area.