Archive of: Thurston County

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Transportation commission to meet in Olympia

Washington's nationally ranked traffic congestion and its toe-dipping into the realm of sliding-scale road tolling will be among the topics of discussion when the Washington State Transportation Commission meets next week in Olympia.

The meeting will be held tomorrow and Thursday. Both sessions will begin at 9 a.m. at the Transportation Building, Commission Boardroom, 310 Maple Park Ave. SE, in Olympia. Commission meetings are open to the public and persons wishing to address the Commission may do so during the public comment period scheduled for Thursday at 2:45 p.m.

March 2009

DNR swings investigation following 'Ax Men'

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources has launched an investigation into the alleged illegal gathering of timber on state-owned aquatic lands.

March 2009

Russell launches advisory site

Russell Investments has launched a Web site, Helping Advisors, to provide financial advisors with a practical online resource library and suite of tools designed to help keep their clients and businesses on track in the current financial environment.

March 2009

State disciplines health care providers

The Washington State Department of Health has taken disciplinary actions or withdrawn charges against health care providers in the South Sound.

March 2009

Thurston incubator hatches another graduate

Yet another client of The Thurston County Chamber's Small Business Incubator has successfully made the transition from a start-up business to having their own location and infrastructure.

March 2009

Blog Watch: money matters

The Secretary of State's office is attempting to be hip by creating a blog to comment about all things stat related. The latest offering chats about the drop in tax revenue.

March 2009

State disciplines health care providers

The Washington State Department of Health has taken disciplinary actions or withdrawn charges against health care providers in the South Sound.

March 2009

Military impact continues to grow

Any business person in the South Sound with even a working knowledge of operations at Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base is familiar with big numbers. Those numbers are getting larger as the military bases continue their march of expansion, and renovation projects as they step closer to merging into Joint Base Lewis-McChord next year.

"We believe that transformation will be transparent to the civilian population," said Fort Lewis Deputy Commander Brig. Gen. Jeff Mathis.

March 2009

Low settlements top insurance complaints

The top three reasons consumers filed formal complaints against their insurance companies in 2008 were unsatisfactory settlement offers, claim denials, and delays, according to Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler. And auto insurance was the most frequent topic of dissatisfaction.

March 2009

Oil spills just got more expensive

The state Department of Ecology has adopted a new rule updating the state's formulas for calculating the dollar value of oil spill-related damages to state natural resources.

March 2009
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