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April 17, work session for new shoreline bill

Protect your waterfront rights, show up and let your voices be heard. Senator Roach and others will be there, hope you can be also. We will get together as a Lake Tapps/Spanaway Lake property owners group in May after this hearing to make a plan. 87 more words

Spanaway

Jetter Plumbing

Jetter Plumbing is here to help the residents of Spanaway out of their plumbing jams by offering professional and experienced plumbing expertise. While you can always try to take care of your plumbing problems on your own, you might wind up doing more harm than good. 116 more words

Wanted for Bank Robbery

From Crime Stoppers

Wanted for Bank Robbery: Joseph Smith

Pierce County Sheriff’s detectives need your help to locate bank robbery suspect Joseph Smith.  A felony warrant has been issued for Smith’s arrest for two counts of Robbery in the 1st degree, one count of Attempted Robbery in the 1st degree, and one count of Theft in the 3rd degree. 78 more words

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Packed house for public hearing on lake land use

The Pierce County Council had a room full of people at PLU’s Scandinavian Cultural Center Thursday for the public hearing on their rules to comply with DOE’s Shoreline Management Plan. 224 more words

Pierce County

Battle with a Steamroller - for Spanaway Lake

SPANAWAY, WA – The Washington State Department of Ecology (DOE) came up with new shoreline regulations and has charged counties and cities to implement the new guideline. 435 more words

Pierce County

Medical Examiner corrects identification of woman struck by truck

Pierce County Medical Examiner Thomas Clark released the following statement regarding an error made in identifying a body in a death investigation:

On March 14, a woman crossing a street in Spanaway was struck by a pickup truck. 226 more words

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Lake Owners! Prep meeting Wednesday March 19

By Sherry Haviland

Just a reminder — we are having a quick meeting tomorrow — Wed, March 19th at Spanaway Elementary School library at 6:30 pm to 8 pm… 50 more words

Pierce County