County Government HEADLINES
Several Pierce County cities will see a leadership shakeup at the end of this year, as many cities are losing their mayors and others have attracted challengers.
The slow-motion process of filling an empty judicial seat in Pierce County’s largest court takes another step Wednesday, with no clear date for a final decision.
Pierce Transit has won a $1.1 million state grant to increase bus service on the Pacific Avenue corridor between Parkland and downtown Tacoma.
South Sound 911s board unanimously approved an agreement today with the City of Puyallup, agreeing to pay for about $3.5 million in radio improvements for the city.
Voters rejected on Tuesday the creation of a park district in Bonney Lake, which would have granted the city authority to tax residents to maintain parks and recreation facilities.
Pierce County is preparing to buy a crucial, missing link for connecting the Foothills Trail from South Prairie to Buckley.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Board of Health approved more than $1 million in cutbacks Wednesday to a range of programs, including enforcement of the ban on smoking in restaurants and outreach to high-risk, pregnant women.
Pierce County Councilman Stan Flemming is calling for an audit to determine how much the countys mental-health provider spends on administrative costs compared with patient care.
The Pierce County Council won’t be changing its meeting time anytime soon.
Pierce County Executive Pat McCarthy has selected former Washington State Patrol Chief Lowell Porter as director of the county’s Department of Emergency Management.
Pierce Transit’s vanpool program will continue rolling without any cuts for at least three more months.
Remodeled Sprinker Recreation Center in Spanaway has cut its energy use in half, making it Pierce Countys Biggest Energy Loser.
Pierce County is poised to make a range of revisions to its animal code, including when a dog can be declared dangerous.
The Pierce County Council unanimously approved a measure Tuesday calling for foreclosed homes to be registered and abandoned residential properties to be maintained.
A Pierce County Council committee Monday delayed action on moving the full council’s meetings to a later starting time, a proposal that supporters say would allow more members of the public to attend.
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