Skagit County News, September 2008

Monday, September 1, 2008

Old landfill on Ecology’s radar, Skagit Valley Herald, Sept. 30
Is a Burlington ring dike really the way to go?, Skagit Valley Herald, Sept. 30
Competing goals drive Anacortes marina project, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, Sept. 24
Apartments, retail spaces full at historic Wilson Hotel, Anacortes American, Sept. 24
Ecology plans cleanup at old mill site near Seafarers’ park, Anacortes American, Sept. 24
State awards MV LIFT grant, Skagit Valley Herald, Sept. 24
Give your feedback on Sharpes Corner roundabout design, Anacortes American, Sept. 24
County approves Hamilton expansion, Courier-Times, Sept. 24
Sedro-Woolley to consider future zoning issues, Courier-Times, Sept. 24
Scott paper mill cleanup options floated, Skagit Valley Herald, Sept. 18
Skagit Transit raising fares, Skagit Valley Herald, Sept. 18
Guemes Channel Trail starts to take shape, Anacortes American, Sept. 17
Farm tour: Agritourism's expansion is delicious, Daily Everett Herald, Sept. 17
Old Town, Sharpes Corner on Anacortes agenda, Skagit Valley Herald, Sept. 15
Shell abiding by state oil spill requirements, Anacortes American, Sept. 11
Enchantress meets its end this month as Ecology begins removal, Anacortes American, Sept. 10
Norris on floodwall: ‘First blush, I really like it’, Skagit Valley Herald, Sept. 11
See updated Highway 20 roundabout design, Anacortes American, Sept. 10
Infrastructure, park work included in lean 2009 city budget, Anacortes American, Sept. 10
Stuart Janke named to Planning Commission, Anacortes American, Sept. 10
Judge’s decision favors Janicki, county in Deluxe suit, Skagit Valley Herald, Sept. 10


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