Port of Camas-Washougal commissioners have approved a $1.22 million purchase of 2.25 acres of waterfront land from Parker’s Landing LLC.
New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31, 2018, will be the first holiday during which celebrants in Washougal will be limited to only use “safe and sane” fireworks.
When she discovered political cartoonist Herbert Block and his five travelling art exhibitions, Washougal High librarian Fran McCarty wanted to bring the power of Block’s art to her students.
Washougal Mayor Sean Guard vetoed a city council decision to ban the use of personal fireworks in Washougal this week.
The owner of the long-vacant “Black Pearl” building on the Washougal waterfront says she has plans to open an event center for weddings, board meetings, corporate retreats and other occasions.
The $42.9 million proposed 2018 budget for Washougal includes a three-percent cost-of-living adjustment for all city employees.