Documents released by Clark County provide new details and raise new questions over the sudden dismissal of animal control manager Paul Scarpelli, who said that drinking an after-hours beer landed him in trouble.
Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., had planned to join 20 other Senate Democrats on Wednesday in asking President Donald Trump to take immediate action and stop separating children from their parents at the U.S. border.
Senate Democrats are joining together to keep families together. The 49 Senators have all signed on to the Keep Families Together Act, introduced by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. The bill prohibits federal agencies from removing a child without legal immigration status from their parent or legal guardian within 100 miles of the U.S. border. To accompany the legislative effort, Washington’s senators are speaking out.
SPOKANE — The presumptive candidates for Eastern Washington’s Congressional seat in November both criticized the Trump administration’s policy of separating families of asylum-seekers at the U.S. border, but differed on what Congress should do about it.
Three months after a consultant released a report outlining the problems in the Clark County Permit Center, Interim Community Development Director Mitch Nickolds said he’s off to a good start revamping the permitting process.
The Clark County Republican Central Committee will pay $74,725 as a result of a complaint made by the Washington Attorney General’s office for failing to report campaign contributions in a timely manner.
3rd Congressional District candidate forum: The Clark County Democrats are hosting a forum for the 3rd Congressional District candidates on June 26. The forum will feature Democratic candidates for the race, including Dorothy Gasque, Carolyn Long and David McDevitt.
It’s not unusual for a Vancouver city councilor to attend meetings outside of council chambers. Councilors are assigned as liaisons to numerous city committees, but also attend various city events and neighborhood association meetings.