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Selected reports Aug. 3-6
A virtual design charrette focused on Luther Burbank Park waterfront renovations was overflowing with participants on Aug. 6. Built in 1974, the park’s waterfront docks… Continue reading
The Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce will hold its “Working Wellness” webinar from 8-9 a.m. Sept. 10. Sponsored by Movement Systems Physical Therapy and Helix… Continue reading
Stroum Jewish Community Center camp is more important than ever.
Congress hasn’t renewed the program, which provided twice as many student meals for free last spring.
Three meetings are on tap this week for the Mercer Island School Board. Tonight from 5:30-6:30 p.m., there will be a special meeting/community linkage session… Continue reading
Parents of students can now log into their Skyward Family Access accounts to complete district forms, permission slips and notifications required for the start of… Continue reading
Mercer Island City Councilmember Jake Jacobson felt it was vital to schedule a second reading of the ordinance regarding the six-month Town Center development moratorium.… Continue reading
Selected reports July 27-Aug. 2.
As of Aug. 4, City Manager Jessi Bon is guessing end-of-the-year projections are more realistic.
Andy Nystrom has joined the Mercer Island Reporter staff, replacing Blake Peterson, who has taken his reporting and writing skills to 425 Magazine. Nystrom started… Continue reading
Starting Wednesday, a four-phase plan will allow restrictions at nursing homes to gradually be relaxed.
King County achieves goal of planting a million new trees; city of Mercer Island’s efforts key to grand total
The goal was passed nearly a year ahead of schedule.
King County among high-risk counties; several school districts will have remote learning in the fall.
Early results for governor, state schools chief, attorney general and more.
Here are the latest results for King County legislative candidates in the Aug. 4 primary election, which included races for the state House and state… Continue reading
The docks, as they currently stand, will only be useful for about five more years, and city officials want to repurpose them.
After Superintendent Donna Colosky announced July 24 that the 2020-‘21 school year would begin remotely, a July 30 webinar was held by the MISD to confirm more details about the fall.
Select reports July 10-24
Voting ends Tuesday in an election without big rallies and fund-raisers and face-to-face debates