|LONG LAKE TOXIC BLUE-GREEN ALGAE UPDATE  |
Posted: Thursday, September 3, 2020
Joint News Release with Thurston County
- Jane Mountjoy-Venning, Environmental Health, (360)867-2643, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jenny Wilson, Parks and Recreation Supervisor, at (360) 491-0857 or Laceyparks@ci.lacey.wa.us
OLYMPIA – Thurston County Public Health and Social Services’ (PHSS) latest test result confirmed the toxic blue-green algae bloom in Lacey’s Long Lake is below the health advisory limit; however, some closures and advisories remain in effect.
|LACEY CITY COUNCIL SEEKS HISTORICAL COMMISSION MEMBER  |
Posted: Wednesday, August 26, 2020
LACEY, WA, August 26, 2020: The Lacey City Council seeks a professional with a background in history, architecture, historic preservation, anthropology, archaeology, cultural geography, planning, or American studies to fill a vacancy on the Historical Commission. Applicants must be a City of Lacey resident or live in Lacey’s Urban Growth Area. However, the City Council may make appointments despite the residency and term limits based on diversity and level of experience needed on the Commission.
| RESIDENTS INVITED TO TAKE PART IN WATER CONSERVATION CHALLENGE  |
Posted: Monday, August 3, 2020
LACEY, WA, August 3, 2020: The City of Lacey invites its water customers to participate in the National Mayors’ Challenge for Water Conservation. Through the end of August, the city’s water utility is engaged in a friendly competition with communities from across the nation to see which can become the most “water-wise.” Residents can take part in the challenge by signing a water conservation pledge at www.mywaterpledge.com