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SE 240th Street Slope Stabilization and Pavement Restoration
|New Bid Calls||11|
|New Consultant Notices||4|
|New Supply Bids||3|
|CHAMBERS CREEK REGIONAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT EXPANSION PROJECT BP#408|
|CITY OF EVERETT BROADWAY BRIDGE REPLACEMENT|
IMCO General Construction
|FREMONT SIPHON REPLACEMENT AND ODOR CONTROL FACILITY , C00762C14 SEATTLE, WA|
Frank Coluccio Construction Co.
|BROADWAY BRIDGE REPLACEMENT W.O. # PW 3395 • CITY OF EVERETT|
Interwest Construction Inc.
|JOINT BASE LEWIS MCCHORD WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT OUTREACH SESSION|
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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