Public Comment Invited On Thurston County Roads Transfer Proposal Dec. 16

Public would still have access to south county roads transferred to Chehalis Tribe. OLYMPIA – Thurston county residents are invited to attend a public hearing regarding the possible transfer in ownership of some county roads. If adopted, the ownership of about 4 miles of roadway would shift from the county to the Chehalis Tribe whose lands are adjacent to the roads. The hearing will be held the evening of Tuesday, December 16 at the Thurston County Courthouse in Building One, Room 280.

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MACECOM board meetings - Civic Center Tuesday, Dec 9th at 3:00pm.

MACECOM Governance Board-Meeting Agenda-December 9, 2014-Shelton Civic Center-3:00 PM----MACECOM Legislative Board-Meeting Agenda-Shelton Civic Center[Upon completion of Gov Board

Grand Opening Of Chehalis Western Trail Pacific Ave. Crossing Dec. 13

OLYMPIA – The public is invited to attend the final “Bridging the Gap” dedication for the last overpass for the Chehalis Western Recreational/Transportation Trail. The crossing over Pacific Avenue complements two earlier bridge projects on the trail over I-5 and over Martin Way. The festivities begin at 11 the morning of Saturday, December 13 at the trail at Music 6000. (3738 Pacific Ave. SE, 98501) Parking- attendees are encouraged to walk, bike and car pool to the event. For more information, please visit www.trpc.org

Lane Closures: Intersection Mottman Road & Crosby Blvd. Dec. 8

Drivers should expect increased traffic delays in and around the intersection of Mottman Road SW and Crosby Boulevard SW in Tumwater, between 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., beginning on Monday, December 8, 2014. Closures may continue for up to two weeks at this intersection. Infrasource, a private contractor for Puget Sound Energy, will be installing a new gas main at this location. The work will cause disruptions in both directions as the contractor moves through the intersection. Law enforcement will assist with traffic control to direct motorists through the work zone. Alternate routes are advised. Call the City of Tumwater Public Works Department at (360) 754-4140 with construction questions or concerns.