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Some North County city officials are eyeing an initiative on the November ballot that could mean hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding for street maintenance projects would go away should it pass.

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The Ridgefield City Council has voted unanimously to make changes to its development code, one of which puts a stop to a potential gas station coming in at the corner of Hillhurst and Sevier roads.

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The Clark County Republican Central Committee has taken a position against a November ballot measure that would allow affirmative action and positions in support of two potential 2020 initiatives that would require public votes on state tax increases and require notification of parents if th…

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The race for the Ridgefield City Council’s only seat without an incumbent seeking another term is on, as one longtime resident and former councilor faces off against a relative newcomer both to the city and local politics this November.

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In-person service hours at the City of Battle Ground Permit Center have been restored to regular hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each Monday, Wednesday and Friday and 8 am to 1 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday. 

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The dental commission of the Washington State Department of Health has charged a Battle Ground dentist with unprofessional conduct due to reporting failures following the death of a patient, the department announced last week.

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The fourth forum facilitated by Clark County regarding operations of the Yacolt Mountain quarry is set for 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 23 in the sixth-floor hearing room of the county Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St., Vancouver.

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Clark County was one of several jurisdictions statewide to receive millions in grants for law enforcement from the Department of Justice, bringing in more than $96,000 through the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant program.  

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A permitting process for a proposed $2 billion methanol refinery in Kalama is on hold as the Washington State Department of Ecology determined plant backers didn’t adequately address environmental impacts in a study that needs state approval before the project can move forward.