Pierce County serves notice of violation to marijuana business

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Pierce County served a notice of violation Wednesday, March 4, on a retail marijuana business called The Gallery that opened in Parkland without a required permit. The Pierce County Building Official, who inspects structures for compliance with building codes, hand-delivered a notice that The Gallery is in violation of County Code by operating without a tenant occupancy permit. The business owner has 14 days to appeal the notice.


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Do you want to build a float? | Sumner Mayor Update

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Word to the wise...if you ever offer to take over storing a float, make sure you check how much extra stuff comes along with it! Storing Sumner's community float was getting quite expensive for the Sumner Downtown Association, so we told them we'd store it at the City and coordinate getting it ready for this year's Daffodil Parade. We didn't realize that in addition to the float, we were also getting giant daffodils, a mountain, a carousel, a piano, Santa's toy bag, a few reindeer, and enough chicken wire to satisfy Colonel Sanders! I always knew that our Public Works Shops Crews were amazing, but now I know that they literally have moved mountains.

Mount Rainier conditions update

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With the continuation of mild weather, low snowfall at the Paradise elevation of the mountain, and little snowfall projected for the foreseeable future, park Superintendent Randy King advises that the Paradise snowplay area will not open this season.

Attorney General’s data breach notification bill approved in House | Washington Attorney General

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Today, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s legislation strengthening the state’s data breach notification law passed the House of Representatives, 97 to 0, with strong bipartisan support.

Whitewater representative sought to serve on Boating Program Advisory Council | Washington State Parks

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The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission’s Recreational Boating Program invites whitewater boaters to apply for an open position on the program’s Boating Program Advisory Council.

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