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May 9, 2024

Public meetings: May 9-15, 2024

Camas School District: The Camas School Board will hold a workshop at 4:30 p.m. Monday, May 13, at Zellerbach Administration Center, 841 N.E. 22nd Ave., Camas. The workshop also will be livestreamed, with video available on the district’s website. To send a written comment, email For more information, visit

May 9, 2024
A sign greets visitors to the Port of Camas-Washougal’s Grove Field airport north of Camas in 2020. The Port will hold an open house on Wednesday, June 5, 2024, to discuss its request to annex Grove Field into Clark County’s urban growth boundary. (Post-Record file photo)

Port to discuss Grove Field annexation plans with public

The Port of Camas-Washougal will hold an open house from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 5, to provide community members with information about its request to annex Grove Field airport into Clark County’s urban growth boundary.

May 9, 2024
Washougal High School student Joselyn Guajardo (far right) talks about the school’s Breathe Easy group while fellow group members Angel Garibay-Villa (far left), Eduardo Gonzalez-Campos (second from left), and Gabriella McCormick (second from right) listen during a Washougal City Council meeting held April 22, 2024. (Screenshot by Doug Flanagan/Post-Record)

Washougal students launch campaign to educate about underage substance abuse

Washougal High School sophomore Angel Garibay-Villa asked Washougal City Council members during their April 22 Council meeting to guess how many Washougal High students use vaping products. After a few seconds of deliberating, Washougal Mayor David Stuebe ventured a guess: “30 percent? I hope not.”

May 9, 2024
The front of Camas City Hall is pictured in August 2018. (Post-Record files)

Camas OKs temporary ADU code changes ahead of new state law

The Camas City Council has unanimously approved temporary amendments to the City’s accessory dwelling unit (ADU) code that will limit the size and scope of ADUs built in Camas ahead of a more permanent ordinance that will comply with new statewide affordable-housing law — House Bill 1337 (HB 1337) — that will ultimately limit the way in which cities can regulate ADUs.

May 2, 2024
Children run from the starting line during the 2023 Student Stride for Education event in Washougal. (Contributed photo courtesy of Greg Brown)

‘Stride Run’ grants promote reading in Washougal schools

For the past several months, Washougal School District (WSD) elementary school students have been “reading around” their libraries thanks to a new program that encourages them to discover new literary genres and write book reviews.