Times have been set for public meetings this weekend for Island County Fire District 3 commissioners to interview six finalists to replace Fire Chief Dan Stout.
Most customers of Island County Fire District 3 appear to be satisfied with the emergency response they received, according to survey results released by Fire Chief Dan Stout.
“This demonstrates that the citizens of South Whidbey are pleased with the service they’re getting,” Stout said. “The data is pretty positive for the district.”
A proposal to allow the city’s Parks and Open Space Commission to conduct public hearings on a draft parks and open space plan was approved by the Langley City Council at its meeting Monday night.
Bowing to a late surge of public pressure, county officials will leave Clinton’s venerable “Welcome to Whidbey Island” sign where it is instead of moving it up the highway to Campbell Road.
Thousands of dollars worth of shelving and display fixtures from the former Linds Langley Drug, which closed this past winter, have been donated to Good Cheer for use in its soon-to-be-expanded thrift store on Anthes Avenue.