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  • 05/11/2017 - New - The Mason County Therapeutic Courts would like to invite you the a Veterans Court graduation on Thursday May 18, 2017 at 1:30 pm. If you have need for special consideration please contact Renee Cullop, 360-427-9670 ext 296
 
  • 05/02/2017 - New - Allyn Circulation and Waterfront Access Plan - Preliminary recommendations are underway for Mason County’s transportation study and we need your help to finalize the plan for the future of Allyn’s transportation network. Please join us for an interactive workshop to discuss alternatives and refine solutions
 
  • 05/02/2017 - New - Public invited to open house to discuss US 101/Lynch Road improvements - Open house scheduled for Tuesday, May 16 – The community is invited to an open house to discuss future improvements in the vicinity of the intersection of US 101 and Lynch Road. During the open house, Washington State Department of Transportation staff will discuss the potential for future improvements using a "practical solutions" approach, which means defining the root cause of traffic issues at the intersection and identifying the most cost-effective means to address those issues.
 
  • 04/26/2017 - New - Mason County Business Start-Up: Have you dreamed of having your own business? Or do you have a business you want to strengthen? Our goal is to prepare people for successful self-employment. build business knowledge and develop a strategic path towards their goals. There are three steps in this microenterprise training and loan program provided by Enterprise for Equity. One hour information session: FREE to the public Two Day Business Readiness Workshop: FREE to eligible Mason County Residents Business Planning Program
 
  • 04/19/2017 - News Release - Request for Proposal Mental Health & Chemical Dependency Sales & Use Tax - Mason County residents who are mentally ill, chemically dependent or who have co-occurring disorders will benefit from programs funded through the Sales & Use Tax program. Mason County is soliciting project proposals to fund services from the Sales & Use Tax from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018. The total amount available is $250,000. Projects must be eligible activities as outlined in the application packet. To view details of the Request for proposals (RFP), please visit our RFP page.
 
 
  • 04/06/2017 - News Release - National Historic Preservation Month - The Mason County Commissioners and the Mason County Historic Preservation Commission are pleased to announce that Mason County will be celebrating National Historic Preservation Month in May 2017
 
  • 03/31/2017 - News Release - Candidate Search - Housing RFP Scoring Panel - Mason County is seeking 7 dedicated volunteers with interest and experience in services for homeless people to join an important rating, ranking and performance review panel with the purpose of making non-binding recommendations to Mason County on the use of the Consolidated Homeless Grant funds and ESSHB 2163 Local Recording Fees.
 
 

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