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 By Washington State Department Of Transportation - News    News    December 2, 2011

Comments sought on four-year program of transportation projects

OLYMPIA – Curious about what roadway or transit projects have been approved for your community? Perhaps there’s a traffic signal, paving job, transit improvement or bicycle path in your near future. Find out by checking...

 
 By Journal Staff    News    December 2, 2011

Tulalip, other NW Tribes call for Navy Support of Regional Green Tug Program

TULALIP RESERVATION, Wash. – December 2, 2011 – The Tulalip Tribes are joining other Northwest Tribes in calling on the Navy to support a Tacoma shipyard construction of additional new Navy tugboats for the region. The J.M. Martinac...

 
 By Washington State Department Of Transportation - News    News    December 2, 2011

Public comments sought on rural and special needs mobility programs

OLYMPIA – Across the state, federal grant programs make transportation more accessible for low income, disabled, elderly and rural citizens. In order to ensure continued federal support for these services, the state must adhere to its part of...

 
 By Chris Thomas    News    December 2, 2011

New Bipartisan Support for Salmon-Saving "Solutions Table"

SEATTLE - In the long controversy about how to save endangered Northwest salmon, only a few members of Congress have spoken up about their views. That changed this week. More than 50 representatives from both major parties have signed a letter to...

 
 By Chris Thomas    News    December 2, 2011

Economists: Preserve Public Lands for Western Jobs, Vitality

OLYMPIA, Wash. - To improve the economy in the Western states, spend some federal dollars improving and preserving public lands. That's the message in a letter to President Obama signed by more than 100 economists and academics at universities...

 
 News    December 2, 2011

County distributes coffee sleeves with DUI message

Snohomish County’s DUI & Target Zero Task Force and local law enforcement agencies will be distributing coffee sleeves to area coffee stands to raise awareness about drinking and driving this holiday season. This awareness campaign has...