Hispanic Affairs Commissioner Recruitment

The Washington State Commission on Hispanic Affairs (CHA) seeks to fill two (2) Commissioner vacancies. The Commission advises the Governor, the legislature, state and local agencies on policies and practices that affect the Latino community of the state. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit the Commission’s website for more information.

All Commission members serve as volunteers. Travel reimbursements are provided for Commission business. Terms are for three years (with an opportunity for a second three-year term). Commissioners are expected to attend four to six meetings a year, typically held on Friday afternoon and Saturday mornings. These meetings are held throughout the state. Commissioners are also expected to have thorough knowledge of Latino community issues, and have constant communication with legislators, state agency representatives, the Governor’s Office and local elected officials. Those interested may apply by completing an electronic application, which can be found HERE.

Must sumbit application by May 31, 2014.

Wounded Warriors To Welcome Michael Reagan To Shelton Washington On June 12

Shelton, WA. The Reagan Legacy Dinner Committee has invited veterans with service-related injuries from the South Puget Sound area to represent their respective branches of the military during the 1st Annual Reagan Legacy Dinner featuring President Ronald Reagan's son and retired radio personality, Michael Reagan.  Local sponsors are being recruited to defray the cost of th "Wounded Warriors" tables at the inaugural event honoring the late 40th President, on June 12th at the Pavilion At Sentry Park in Shelton Washington.  For more information visit http://www.masoncountyrepublicans.org/reagan-legacy-dinner.html or contact committee chairman April Pooler at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Lacey’s Alternate Day Watering Begins June 1

Lacey water customers will follow an alternate day watering schedule for their yards and outdoor landscapes beginning Sunday, June 1, 2014. Alternate day watering is mandatory for all Lacey water customers during the months of June, July, August, and September.  

The Lacey City Council approved the watering policy in 2006 as an effort to reduce peak water demand during the summer. Lacey’s water usage has exceeded 16 million gallons per day during summer months compared with only five million gallons per day in the winter.  


Holiday Closures For Recycling And Garbage Facilities in Kitsap County

(Port Orchard, WA) –The Memorial Day holiday will result in the closure of Recycling and Garbage Facilities: