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Jennifer Nino, Financial Executive finalist

With Commencement Bank having survived the stresses of financial institutions over the past 7 years, CFO Jennifer Nino has earned her place as a finalist for 2015 Financial Executive of the Year.

January 2015

Key executive transitions announced

Community Youth Services based in Olympia will have a new CEO this August, when Charles Shelan retires after 35 years of leadership. In Tacoma, Associated Ministries is looking for a new staff leader to replace Chris Morton, who has left.

January 2015

$100,000 to T/PC Health planning

Federal funds passed through the Washington Health Care Authority will mean $100,000 to Tacoma Pierce County Health Department. The money will cover some planning to create an Accountable Community of Health in the years ahead.

January 2015

Tacoma will save on borrowing costs

An improved credit rating from Moody's Investor Service is estimated to save $100,000 in interest costs, when City of Tacoma sells bonds to replace garbage collection trucks with hybrid models later this year.

January 2015

Union reports pact with CHI Franciscan

The labor union representing medical and clerical support staff at Tacoma's St. Joseph Hospital and St. Clare in Lakewood reports a new labor agreement was ratified by workers last night.

January 2015

Dressel gets additional duty at PSE

Columbia Bank's President and CEO Melanie Dressel has been named chair of the board for Puget Sound Energy and its patent company. She has been a member of that board since 2011.

January 2015

It will pay to be sick in Tacoma

Business within Tacoma city limits will be required to provide at least three days of paid sick leave to all employees starting February 1, 2016. An ordinance mandating that new benefit was passed on an 8-to-1 vote after a long city council meeting Tuesday evening.

January 2015

Kerry Prosser, Financial Executive finalist

Chief Financial Officer Kerry Prosser at Life Center brought decades of retail business experience, when he answered a call to join the ministry's work. His response now makes him a finalist for 2015 Financial Executive of the Year.

January 2015

Timberland’s earnings, dividend up for Q1

Higher quarterly earnings and a boost in the dividend paid to shareholders highlight the quarterly financial report from Timberland Bancorp.

January 2015

‘Battle on’ for sick leave in Tacoma

Tacoma's City Council will consider a proposed ordinance at its 5 o'clock meeting today that requires employers to provide paid sick leave to all full-time workers beginning in 2016.

January 2015
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