Lacey history – this week 1974

June 8th, 2016 by Ken

An ad hoc committee of Lacey councilmembers and Lacey Planning Commission members – led by Mayor Bill Bush, has urged Thurston Regional Planning to allow a higher density around Lacey lakes, than called for in the Shorelines Master Plan.   The committee feels the rural designation of two houses per acre would make it difficult to extend city sewers to the new houses.

The name Wonderwood Park was officially adopted as the name for a 40-acre site off of 32nd Avenue and Brentwood.

The North Thurston School Board – by a split 2-1 vote, has closed the North Thurston High School’s designated smoking area and called upon local law enforcement to help in the ban.   It also directed the administration to hire a matron for the girl’s restrooms.


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