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 By Washington News Service    News    November 8, 2012

WA Election Reactions, Final Tally or Not...

SEATTLE - By noon Wednesday, Washington had at least 1 million ballots yet to count. But the apparent governor-elect, Jay Inslee, still began assembling his transition team. Although this year's political campaigns were negative in the extreme, Tim...

 
 By Pud    News    November 8, 2012

Snohomish PUD to Save $11 Million with Bond Refinancing

Everett, WA – Snohomish County PUD this week issued $55.6 million of tax-exempt bonds, a move that will save its customers $11 million over the life of the bonds. The new bonds, which mature in 2015 through 2028, were sold at an average borrowi...

 
 By Department Of Natural Resources    News    November 8, 2012

Board of Natural Resources approves additional acres for working forest at Lake Roesiger

OLYMPIA – At its monthly public today, the state Board of Natural Resources approved the purchase of 80.67 acres of forestland west of Lake Roesiger in Snohomish County from a private party. The acquisition borders a 2,845-acre working forest...

 
 By Washington State Department Of Transportation    News    November 8, 2012

New roundabout complete at busy SR 9 intersection in Arlington

ARLINGTON – It used to be that the intersection of State Route 9 and State Route 531 in Arlington had a lot of crashes. In a five-year span, there were 28 collisions resulting in 29 injuries, to be exact. But those crashes happened when a traff...

 
 By Staff    News    November 8, 2012

Flood-damaged vehicles from Hurricane Sandy could end up rusting on a used car lot near you

SEATTLE – As waters recede and lives are put back together following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, car buyers are urged to take precautions when buying a used vehicle in the coming months. Although the East Coast is far from the Pacific...