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The Poulsbo Port District proposes expanding its boundaries to include the Poulsbo city limits and neighborhoods on both sides of Liberty Bay, including Lemolo and up to the Keyport Port District boundaries. The measure is on the Feb. 11 ballot, and will be voted on by residents of the proposed annexation area. The North Kitsap Herald will present a public forum on the issue Jan. 24, 6-7:30 p.m., in the Poulsbo City Hall council chambers.
The candidates for the one contested race for the North Kitsap School Board say the unpaid position will be a priority in their lives. Just how involved Doug Prichard or Beth Worthington would be as a school board member will only be seen when one of them takes the reins in 2014.
The Suquamish Tribal Council has endorsed Cindy Webster-Martinson and Beth Worthington for election to the North Kitsap School Board.
Get to know where Poulsbo City Councilman Jim Henry is on the issues Saturday, 2-4 p.m., at a meet-and-greet hosted by Kent and Connie Lord. The meet-and-greet will be in the Lord home, 18738 Ness Place, Poulsbo, off Hostmark Street. “It’s an opportunity to talk to Jim about his plans for his next four years,” said Connie Lord, a member of the City Council. Cookies and coffee will be served.