Lacey history this week 2000

January 18th, 2016 by Ken

Lacey Councilmember Jim Weber, who had been cited for trespassing and theft – two misdemeanors in the City of Tumwater  – reached an agreement with Tumwater Municipal Court and agreed to pay $75 in court costs.   If he stayed clean and had no other troubles, his record would be dismissed in six months.

The City of Lacey gave preliminary approval to the construction of Hawks Prairie Casino despite the fact that Thurston County had banned new card rooms and casinos.   City officials ruled that the builder was far enough through the application process to move forward with the project and gave its approval.

This was the last casino built in Lacey.

Posted in History, The Real News

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