Dawn Feldhaus

General News, City of Washougal, and Port of Camas-Washougal

Email: dawn.feldhaus@camaspostrecord.com

Phone: 360-735-4675


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Fireworks, film fest to receive lodging tax funds

The Washougal City Council has voted to postpone discussion and potential approval of the city’s budget for 2015.

Washougal levy election results are mixed

The majority of voters in Washougal have approved a measure to provide additional funding for fire and emergency medical services, while rejecting a proposition to enhance public safety services.

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Inspired ink

A local father of two girls and two boys credits his dad for encouraging his artistic endeavors from an early age.

Washougal pursues Clark County funding for Schmid property purchase

The Washougal City Council has authorized Mayor Sean Guard to sign an interlocal agreement with Clark County, for partial funding of future park land owned by the Schmid Family Limited Partnership I.

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A whole lot of ‘messy’ fun at church

Paints, crayons and drawings on poster sized paper were spotted at a recent “Messy Church” event at Camas United Methodist Church.

Washougal Planning Commission to discuss potential employment center annexation

The next Washougal Planning Commission workshop and meeting will involve discussions regarding development standards for the employment center zoning designation.

Washougal plans for two tax increases in 2015 budget

The preliminary budget for the City of Washougal is at an all time high of $51.17 million.

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Camas Clark, of California, visits his namesake city

What is in a name? A lot, if you ask Camas Coulter Clark, a resident of Southern California, who recently decided to visit the city of Camas.

Washougal Salary Commission to discuss potential raise for councilors

The Washougal Salary Commission could approve a raise for city councilors.

‘Messy Church’ to be held at Camas United Methodist Church Oct. 28

Local church to provide dinner and activities for a variety of ages.


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