Applications and nominations are being accepted for two openings on the Clark County Planning Commission starting in January. Those appointed will serve through December 2018.
“Pay 2 Play,” a documentary film about the democracy movement, will be shown at the Camas Public Library Saturday, Oct. 25, at 2 p.m. A discussion will follow.
The president and chief operating officer of Riverview Community Bank has been re-elected to the Community Bankers of Washington board of directors.
The company that provided the camera and mapping technology for Google Street View plans to move its worldwide sales and marketing office and U.S. headquarters to Washougal.
Individuals are invited to demonstrate their knowledge on subjects such as Camas at the next trivia night.
October’s First Friday event, held from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Camas, will include a “Pumpkin Pageant.”
A woman who began her career as a part-time service associate at Columbia Credit Union was recently promoted to vice president/branch manager of the Washougal location.
A building, that is approximately 11,000 square feet and previously served as the site for weddings, receptions and meetings, is the newest assisting living facility in Camas.
Spreading the word that tourism is economic development will be among the goals of a regional meeting.
Nominations of young leaders are currently being sought to be considered for the Vancouver Business Journal’s “Accomplished and Under 40” awards.