The members of Eagles Aerie 2308 in Puyallup voted on Saturday to reject a Sound Transit appraised value offer letter for the Eagles building located at 202 5th St NW. Sound Transit says the condemnation process will move forward, with ongoing mediation.
Bonney Lake will take over the role of administering the Sumner School District’s Recreation Program, which provides activities for youth and adults in the community, as well as a before- and after-school activity program for students throughout the year.
Check out the new meal items and deals at restaurants participating in this year’s Puyallup Restaurant Week, which was launched by the Puyallup/Sumner Chamber of Commerce in an effort to promote downtown businesses during the fair.
The $7.3 million project is part of an effort to reduce class sizes at Shaw Road Elementary School. The addition connects to the existing building, spanning 16,000 square feet, and and features 12 new classrooms, six project rooms and a host of new technology.
Shaw Road Elementary in Puyallup unveiled its new 12-classroom expansion and building improvement project on the same day that Hunt Elementary broke ground for a nearly identical project. The expansions are part of an ongoing effort to reduce class sizes in the Puyallup School District, said Chief Operations Officer Mario Casello.
At an Aug. 22 meeting, the Puyallup Public Library Board passed an Unattended Child Policy, which was updated by library director Patty Ayala Ross. Working at a public library, safety is on the forefront of Ross’s mind.
At the Puyallup City Council’s Aug. 22 meeting, the Council approved a development agreement with nonprofit Step By Step, renewed a homeless center moratorium, adopted a resolution to honor the late Bob Kastama with a swing bench in Veterans Park, and discussed the new public safety building.