Waterville mayor’s race: It starts with sewer upgrades

WATERVILLE — Sewer system upgrades. It may not be the flashiest campaign platform, but all three candidates running for Waterville mayor said that’ll be the first item on their list if elected. They re running to replace Royal DeVaney, who’s retiring after 27 years as mayor.
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Mayoral candidates address issues

Candidates seeking to become the next mayor of Waterville addressed issues and presented their plans for the town during a forum on June 28 that drew a substantial crowd of residents.
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Waterville mayor candidate forum on June 28

WATERVILLE — The public is invited to attend a forum for the four candidates seeking to be the next mayor of Waterville. The event will be held at 6:30 p.m. June 28 in Pioneer Park. The moderated forum will provide an opportunity to learn about each candidate and their platform. The candidates are Charles “Chuck” Driver, Jesse Daniel “JD” Greening, Loyd C. Smith and...
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Four candidates running for Waterville mayor; three for Bridgeport mayor

The regular filing period for the 2019 election ended on May 17.
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County auditors to discuss voter laws

WENATCHEE — Chelan-Douglas Republican Women will host an upcoming meeting to discuss recent changes to Washington State’s voter laws. The event is open to the public and will be held at 6 p.m. May 15 at the Masonic Center, 811 N. Chelan Ave. in Wenatchee. Douglas County Auditor Thad Duvall and Chelan County Auditor Skip Moore will explain the changes to voting laws and answer...
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Waterville School levies pass

Two levies put forward by the Waterville School District on the Feb. 12 special election ballot passed with margins of about two-thirds.
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Waterville School District will have two levies on Feb. ballot

The Waterville School District has two levy measures on the ballot for the Feb. 12 special election. Ballots will be mailed out by Jan. 25.
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Officials are sworn into office

Nine elected officials began terms of office Jan. 1 and took the oath of office, administered by Superior Court Judge John Hotchkiss, at the Douglas County Courthouse Jan. 2.
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District 4 levy narrowly passes

Three weeks after the Nov. 6 general election, results for the Douglas County Fire District 4 fire and emergency services levy were finally conclusive. Election results certified on Nov. 27 show that the levy passed by four votes.
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Local races and levy results are mostly in; Fire District 4 levy remains close

Douglas County voters turned out for the Nov. 6 mid-term election at a rate of 56.66 percent, according to the Douglas County Auditor’s Office website. By the afternoon of Nov. 9, the office had counted 93 percent of ballots.
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