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We know the level of service the county provides Klahanie and can only expect it to not improve and likely decline. We know that the level of service Issaquah is planning by the Nesbitt Study is pretty minimal.
Community Events, December 2013
A new ordinance in King County will require drug companies to reclaim and dispose of patients' unused prescription medicines. Health officials argue the take-back law will keep these medications out of water supplies and the hands of drug abusers. In reality, the program will be a costly mistake, raising prescription drug costs for consumers while doing little to clean up the environment or curtail misuse. We already have a much easier – and less expensive – alternative.
Today is Black Friday. Hordes of people will head to Big Box stores and major retailers to shop for after-Thanksgiving/pre-Christmas bargains.
Job creators: Chamber is here to help | Chamber launches Small Business Resource Center to support local economy
Starting and running a small business today is tough work. Entrepreneurs face long hours, considerable risks, regulatory headwinds and plenty of economic uncertainty.This is why the Greater Issaquah Chamber has launched the Issaquah Small Business Resource Center (SBRC) – a platform for programs, services, seminars and resources aimed directly at supporting our local small businesses.
Boeing machinists didn’t do the state any favors in voting down a proposal from Boeing to trade future pay and benefits for keeping production of the company’s new 777X plane here in the Puget Sound region.It may be hard to get both sides talking to each other, but it’s in everyone’s best interest that they do.