Jan. 22: “Staying Active & Independent For Life!” ‒ January Topic For Mgh&Fc Allyn Diabetes Support Group Meeting

SHELTON, Wash. – Start the year with a resolution to get your diabetes under control for a new lease on life! Learning to self-manage your condition can maximize your health, prevent serious complications, and give you a new independence. The January topic for Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics’ Allyn Diabetes Support Group Meeting is “Staying Active & Independent for Life”, to be held on Thursday, January 22, 2015 from 1 to 2 p.m. in the Port of Allyn building’s downstairs meeting room.

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WSP Launches Online Scheduling Program For VIN Inspections

If you are one of the many individuals who need a Washington State Patrol vehicle inspection, the process for scheduling just got easier. WSP is announcing the launch of an online program designed to streamline the process for scheduling a VIN inspection. 

Better yet, the new system will help you determine if your vehicle needs an inspection at all.

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Special Meeting Dec. 30 for Thurston CountyTransportation Benefit District Proposal

The Thurston County Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, December 30 at 9:30 a.m. to consider an ordinance that would create a Transportation Benefit District in unincorporated Thurston County. Commissioners are considering the creation of the district to address the growing need for maintenance and preservation of the county’s roads, bridges, and transportation infrastructure.

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Peninsula RTPO Seeks Public Comment On Special Needs Transportation Projects

OLYMPIA - People who have an interest in special needs transportation services are invited to comment on the Peninsula Regional Transportation Planning Organization’s (RTPO ) funding requests for 14 projects representing over $12 million.

These projects are designed to improve transportation services for special needs clients, including seniors, youth, and people with low incomes or disabilities. The special needs transportation services help qualifying clients attend medical appointments, educational or social opportunities, jobs, and shopping venues.

The public review and comment period begins today, Monday, Dec. 29, and will continue through Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015. Comments may be mailed to the below address or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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