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|STATE OF WA DEPT OF FISH & WILDLIFE SOOS CREEK HATCHERY REDEVELOPMENT|
Pacific Civil & Infrastructure
|I-90 / 468TH AVE SE TO W SUMMIT RD – CONCRETE, DECK & CULVERT REHAB 16T017 FA # NHPP-0901(490)|
Kiewit Infrastructure West Co.
|76TH AVENUE WEST & 212TH ST. SW INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS|
Johansen Excavating, Inc
|MCGILVRA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL – NEW CAFETERIA BUILDING|
Kassel & Associates
|MOUNT SI HIGH SCHOOL REPLACEMENT|
August 27, 2009
SEATTLE (AP) — A new report confirms what most Washington families already know — it's getting more costly to meet basic needs such as housing, food and child care.
The University of Washington report measures “self-sufficiency standards” for all 39 counties. Researchers calculated average incomes and costs of basic needs such as housing, food, child care, health care, transportation and taxes. Variables such as age of children were also included.
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