The spray parks will be more popular with high temperatures in the 80s forecast.
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Grants of $4,889,260 in total for Whatcom County projects were recently announced.
Door-to-door solicitors must be licensed before they can legally knock on your door.
Vendor applications will be accepted up to the day before the event.
Some cities have made the guidance mandatory for their residents.
There will be a special 3-day filing period next week for offices in which no candidate has filed.
"Patrons are asked to follow the honor system regarding full vaccination status. WCLS staff will not be requiring proof of vaccination."
The new budget commits money toward local low-cost housing and medical services along with public infrastructure improvements.