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Residents can offer comments at Tuesday meeting
City Council has scheduled a public hearing on waterfront park plans.
District asking voters to approve new high school, other capital projects
Port Orchard officials invited community members to comment at the Sept. 11 public hearing.
Port Orchard residents weigh in on a proposal to ban their use.
Marcus Whitman students take part in a mock City Council session during an assembly.
Jay Rosapepe was elected to the Port Orchard City Council on Nov. 7. He takes office on Jan. 1. In this pre-election interview with Kitsap… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — The City of Port Orchard is hosting a public open house Nov. 15 on proposed design standards that will apply to new… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — The City of Port Orchard and Mayor Rob Putaansuu are to introduce to the city’s planning commission on Nov. 7 a mixed-use… Continue reading
The Port Orchard Independent endorses Fred Chang for Port Orchard City Council, Position 6; Clancy Donlin for the City Council’s At Large position; and Christopher… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — With two contested Port Orchard City Council races in the upcoming November election, the League of Women Voters sponsored a forum Sept.… Continue reading
By BOB SMITH Kitsap News Group PORT ORCHARD — For the Port Orchard City Council members, their regular Tuesday evening meeting on June 27 marked… Continue reading
By Bob Smith Kitsap News Group PORT ORCHARD — Two challengers have filed to run against incumbents for seats on the Port Orchard City Council.… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — Port Orchard City Council member Scott Diener, who was appointed to Position 3 following Rob Putaansuu’s election as mayor in November 2015,… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — Beginning May 9, if you arrive at 7 p.m. expecting to watch the full proceedings of the Port Orchard City Council’s meeting,… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — Bek Ashby is making plans for another four-year stay as a Port Orchard City Council member. Ashby, a South Kitsap resident and… Continue reading
PORT ORCHARD — Port Orchard will soon join nearly every other city in Washington state as a designated non-charter code city. The transition from its… Continue reading