530 acres in upper Schneider Creek watershed protected… forever

Wynne family completes gift to southwest Washington valued at almost $2 million Olympia—The entire 530-acre Wynne Farm has now been conserved, protecting most of the upper Schneider Creek valley, announced Capitol Land Trust today. The Wynne Farm is one of southwest Washington’s signature working-lands properties, containing a vibrant mix of forests, streams and wetlands. The…

Engineer Who’s Making “MATHCOUNT” Joins SCJ

LACEY, WA, October 17, 2014 – SCJ Alliance is pleased to announce the addition of engineer Jason Bruhn to our Lacey office. SCJ is a consulting firm specializing in civil engineering, transportation planning and design, land use/environmental planning, and landscape architecture and design. Jason’s been working in the transportation and civil engineering field for twenty-one years. His…

Transit Authority Seeks Members for its Citizen Advisory Committee

The Intercity Transit Authority seeks members for its Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC). Several positions are open including two youth positions (ages 15-19). The 20-member advisory group provides input to the Authority on public transportation issues such as Dial-A-Lift policies, service changes, strategic plans, the budget, fare structures, transit amenities, and other issues. Applicants must be…

October is disability employment awareness month

On October 1st, 2014 Cares of Washington kicked off Disability Employment Awareness Month with the announcement of several activities to engage the public and raise general awareness about this under served population within our state. The month kicked off with announcement of the Cares Fall/Winter campaign, the #ChangingLives Challenge. They are asking that supporters post…