Archive of: Sumner

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Sumner business fined for spilling vinegar in White River

The Washington State Department of Ecology announced that it fined Sumner-based Fleischman’s Vinegar Company for letting 10,000 gallons of concentrated vinegar spill into the White River.

May 2016

Top Places to Work: A to Z

Anchor Bank and Ziegele Smile Studio are the first two of 20 finalists in 2016 Top Places to Work to appear in Daily Biz Briefs as stellar examples of workplaces that value and serve their employees, as they meet customer needs.

May 2016

Local contractors fined for digging

Five contractors in Washington state have been sanctioned by the state for digging before underground utilities had been located. Two of the offenders are based in Pierce County.

April 2016

Dan Roach sells business, focuses on County Executive campaign

Roach Gymnastics, co-owned by Pierce County Councilmember Dan Roach and his wife Melanie Roach, has been sold.

April 2016

Open house for Sumner Sounder station improvements

Sound Transit will be hosting an open house on Wednesday to talk about proposed improvements to the Sumner Sounder station.

April 2016
AIM Aerospace acquired by private equity investors

AIM Aerospace acquired by private equity investors

AIM Aerospace, a major supplier of Boeing which has a major presence in the South Sound, is getting acquired by private equity investors Liberty Hall Capital.

February 2016

Insurance enforcement actions

Insurance investigators conclude case against Sumner agent accused of fraud with guilty plea.

December 2015

Ecology levies fine for muddy water

An alleged failure to abide by construction industry practices put muddy runoff into the White River at Sumner on at least four occasions this year, bring a penalty assessment against the developer.

December 2015

JayRay co-owner leaving to start new firm

Shari Campbell, vice president and co-owner at Tacoma-based JayRay strategic communications firm, is leaving her position to start a new firm called C2.

December 2015

Commission denies permit to Sumner company for past felonies

Today, the State Utilities and Transportation Commission denied a residential moving permit for Sumner-based Movers4U, owned by Annavilla Heath and her husband Larry Heath, due to past crimes.

November 2015
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