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Oregon Legislature repeals tsunami zone building law

The Oregon Legislature has repealed a nearly 25-year-old law prohibiting new schools, hospitals, jails, and police and fire stations from being built in the state's tsunami inundation zone.

2+U tower gets arts partners

By JOURNAL STAFF

Skanska is partnering with local artist collective Shunpike and the Downtown Seattle Association to launch free arts and cultural programing at Skanska's 2+U tower, which will open later this summer.



Street rename for LGBTQ advocate

By JOURNAL STAFF

Mayor Jenny Durkan announced she has sent legislation to the City Council to rename part of a Capitol Hill street after Barbara Baily, a civil rights champion who died in 2018.


State homeless count down 3.1%

By JOURNAL STAFF

The number of homeless people in Washington was 21,621 in the 2019 one-night Point-in-Time count, which is 683, or 3.1%, fewer than in last year's count, the State Department of Commerce said in a press release.


387 Vancouver units sells for $69M

By JOURNAL STAFF

The Green Leaf River Pointe apartments, at 3708 N.E. 109th Ave. in Vancouver, have sold for $68.8 million, according to HFO Investment Real Estate of Porland, which brokered the deal and issued a press release.


Apple leases all of Kilroy's 333 Dexter offices

By BRIAN MILLER

The company is doubling its expansion plans to 2,000 new employees in five years.


Eldorado buys Caesars in deal valued at $17B

By REGINA GARCIA CANO

The purchase creates the largest gambling operator in the United States.


Seattle hotel owner hit with felony charge linked to asbestos removal job

Vrajlal Nariya claimed he removed the asbestos himself, but investigators said he initially told them that a non-certified firm did the work.


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