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Why I won't support a comp plan veto override Why I won't support a comp plan veto override
You may have read recently that our county Comprehensive Plan update was vetoed by the County Executive. Though I voted in favor at final passage, I opposed the amendments that the Executive has called out in committee and at the full Council. I’m relieved that the Council will now have a second opportunity to make a few modifications for the betterment of the plan.
A successful U.S. Open in the books... A successful U.S. Open in the books...
After a busy week of spectators, golfers and media occupying Pierce County, the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay has finally come to an end. The U.S. Open was the largest event ever hosted by the county, and I couldn’t be more proud. From scenery to food and the distinctive architecture of the links style course, the beautiful Pacific Northwest created a unique experience for players and spectators that will keep them coming back for years to come.
Updates on shorelines, new buildings and marijuana law Updates on shorelines, new buildings and marijuana law
Today’s e-newsletter is the first of more regular updates to help you stay informed. If you have questions or suggestions about what kind of information you’d like in these mailings, please don’t hesitate to let us know. I also wanted to invite you to attend a special meeting of the Council's Community Development Committee coming up in Gig Harbor.
New Building Public Forum Invite New Building Public Forum Invite
Please join me – along with Council Members Rick Talbert and Connie Ladenburg – for a public forum to provide you with another opportunity to learn about the proposed general services building currently under consideration.