Published: 05/22/13 11:39:24
Election season is officially under way as candidates filed with the Pierce County Auditor's Office for races in the Aug. 6 primary and the Nov. 5 general election.
Published: 05/22/13 11:37:45
As the state Legislature convened its special session last week, state Rep. Larry Seaquist, D-Gig Harbor, gave his take Thursday morning at the Gig Harbor Chamber of Commerce's weekly Public Affairs Forum at Cottesmore of Life Care.
Published: 05/15/13 12:56:01
The Gig Harbor City Council held a public hearing and first reading Monday night of an interim ordinance that related to the adoption of land use and zoning regulations to allow food trucks within city limits on a one-year temporary basis.
Published: 05/14/13 09:37:54
The Gig Harbor City Council on Monday night held a public hearing and first reading of an interim ordinance relating to the adoption of land use and zoning regulations to allow food trucks within city limits on a one-year temporary basis.
Published: 05/08/13 15:48:16
Candidate filing begins Monday, May 13 with the Pierce County Auditors Office.
Published: 05/08/13 11:12:37
Tacoma attorney Casey Arbenz has announced his candidacy for the No. 3 Position on the Gig Harbor City Council currently held by Derek Young. Young, who is serving his fourth term on the council since he was first elected in 1997 at age 21, has said he does not plan to seek re-election.
Published: 05/08/13 11:11:56
Longtime Gig Harbor City Council member Steve Ekberg will look to keep his seat on the seven-member body as he plans to run for re-election this fall.
Published: 05/02/13 22:07:26
A little more than a week prior to an upcoming no-confidence vote by Pierce Transits union for drivers, mechanics and other workers, agency CEO Lynne Griffith addressed the Gig Harbor Chamber of Commerce-sponsored Public Affairs Forum.
Published: 05/01/13 11:32:28
The transportation bill passed Sunday by the state Legislature includes an amendment for the Joint Transportation Committee to review refinance options for the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
Published: 05/01/13 11:31:57
Gig Harbor City Council member Jill Guernsey made it official Thursday: She’s running to be the city’s next mayor. Local and county officials, community leaders and others packed the Java & Clay Cafe — festooned outside and inside with blue, green and white balloons — in downtown Gig Harbor for the official kick-off event.
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