As current newsletter editor my board term is ending in February and due to other obligations I am not able to continue editing the newsletter. As such the ENA is looking for a new newsletter editor. Ideally we would like to have someone on board before the February board elections in order to allow some… Read more »
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The ENA is applying for a grant from the Department of Ecology to participate in a Pesticide-Free Neighborhood Project developed by Thurston County.
You are invited to attend the Transportation Impact Fee Workshop on November 13, 2008. Goal of the Workshop: The goal of the workshop is to receive input on what you see as solutions for reducing the currently proposed increase in impact fees. Transportation staff will facilitate a process to prioritize your feedback into a range… Read more »
Like residents in many of Olympia’s older neighborhoods, your neighbors in the northeast corner of Olympia are anxious to have sidewalks installed on streets that are used to reach local destinations like schools and parks. Because it currently costs the City of Olympia close to $1 million per mile to install a typical concrete sidewalk, very little… Read more »
This is the first Olympia Walks, Olympia Bikes newsletter from the City of Olympia’s bicycle and pedestrian education and encouragement program. Enjoy! Download October 2008 Olympia Walks, Olympia Bikes (PDF)