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When the Port of Poulsbo broached the topic of increasing its number of liveaboard slips with the City of Poulsbo earlier this year, it was answered with two main concerns: parking and the environment. Since then, the port came up with a proposal to address those concerns. When Poulsbo’s city council met with port representatives on Sept. 10 to discuss that proposal, they parted, again, with two concerns: parking and the environment.
Community Events, September 2014
Members of the state House of Representatives are elected to two-year terms, are paid $42,106 a year plus per diem, and receive the same benefits provided to other state employees. Their salaries are set by the Washington Citizens Commission on Salaries for Elected Officials.
No progress on increase in liveaboards. Teens allegedly wrote witness threats on Facebook. Point Julia pier fades into history. Q&A with candidate for 23rd district state House, position 2. Those are among the top stories in the Sept. 19 North Kitsap Herald, available now at newsstands and in stores.
The quick actions of a woman who noticed flames coming from the front porch saved a 111-year-old New England-style home in this historical-landmark town early Sept. 18. The call came in at 4:46 a.m. after the barista in a nearby drive-thru coffee shop heard someone yelling “fire.”
A 4.0 magnitude earthquake rattled East Jefferson County and the Puget Sound region early Sept. 17