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Port Orchard's Pavilion is closing. A hefty lease and the need to cover employee and support costs is forcing operator Joni Sonneman to shut the doors sometime in mid-January. A hefty lease and the need to cover employee and support costs is forcing operator Joni Sonneman to shut the doors sometime in mid-January.
Community Events, October 2015
- Oct 2, 2015 at 7:00PM updated Oct 6, 2015 at 12:44PM
The web and print article "Campaign contributions issue ruffles feathers on both sides" incorrectly reported that Port Orchard City Council Cindy Lucarelli accepted a $950 contribution from the Affordable Housing Council. The organization did not contribute, nor did Lucarelli accept, that amount. The amount given, and the candidate did accept, was $500. Lucarelli is conducting a mini-reporting campaign under $5,000, which has a $500 limit for direct contributions. In addition, challenger Marcus Lane said he did not interview with the Association of Kitsap Realtors, as was attributed in a quote.
Is money from outside organizations unduly flowing into the campaigns of Port Orchard mayoral and city council candidates? It depends on who you ask.
Kitsap County road crews are doing seawall maintenance on Beach Drive between Hillcrest Drive and Woods Road. Work will continue through Friday.
Oil spill exercises by the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard will be done Tuesday, Oct. 6 in Sinclair Inlet near Blackjack Creek in Port Orchard.