Tag: WSACE

29
Apr

You Win Some, You Lose Some – Transportation Budget Rundown

The Legislature spent dizzying final days passing bills and budgets in order to get done by their midnight deadline on April 28, in which they did, by literal minutes. Overall, the transportation budget turned out okay for Counties. The operating and capital budgets are another story. You can read more about those here. Fish Passage Barrier Removal The Legislature utilized

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4
Apr

Looking Back, and Ahead – Budgets and Final Weeks

Last week brought with it both chambers unveiling their transportation, capital and operating budgets. Highlights of the transportation and capital budgets include: Senate Transportation Budget The Senate 2019-2021 Transportation Budget proposal includes total appropriations of $9.8 billion for the two-year fiscal period, up $408 million from the level adopted for the 2017-2019 biennium in the 2018 supplemental budget. Most of

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21
Feb

WSACE Managing Director Opening

Washington State Association of County Engineers (WSACE) Seeks Managing Director The Managing Director of the Washington State Association of County Engineers (WSACE) – a 501(c)6 professional organization – is the chief operating officer of the Association. In this capacity, the Managing Director facilitates the Association operations under the general direction of the Board of Directors of the Association and the

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23
Feb

WSACE Past President Owen Carter Recognized

WSACE Past President Owen Carter was recognized by Snohomish County as the inaugural recipient of the Snohomish County Public Works Professional Achievement Award. The award was given in recognition of Owen’s dedicated and long term service with Snohomish County Public Works, his professional standards and ethics, his mentorship and leadership, his positive can-do attitude, customer service, and recognition by his

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