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National finalist: Platinum award
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Jacobs Engineering Group

Project: Keechelus Lake avalanche bridges
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Energy firm withdraws permit application for Oregon pipeline

By ANDREW SELSKY

A Canadian energy company on has withdrawn its application for a state permit for a controversial natural gas pipeline and export terminal in Oregon, and a project spokesman said Friday it is instead awaiting possible federal approval.


Fana updates proposals for big Bellevue projects

By BRIAN MILLER

The developer is also looking to buy a Washington Square site, where it intends to build a 20-story office tower.



Bill nixes tax on concrete pumpers

By JOURNAL STAFF

Three state senators from eastern Washington — Jeff Holy, Mike Padden and Shelly Short — have introduced a bill that addresses guidance made in October by the state Department of Revenue on taxing concrete pumping companies.


Agency plans for Sounder expansion

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit is looking at long-range capital improvements to its Sounder heavy rail service south of Seattle.


Continental ups the size of Uptown apartment plan

By BRIAN MILLER

Continental Properties had its first design review about a year ago for apartments planned at 400 Queen Anne Ave. N. in the Uptown neighborhood.


No criminal charges in propane blast

Maine company that severed an underground propane line that caused a deadly propane explosion was cited for violating the state's Dig Safe law, but no criminal charges are warranted, officials said Friday.


State can't tell if housing tax exemption is working

By DEBBIE COCKRELL

A legislative audit noted that in 2018 owners of exempt developments saved an estimated $80 million in property taxes, but tracking the performance of the program has been a challenge.


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