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A look back at the U.S. Open... A look back at the U.S. Open...
After a busy week of spectators, golfers and media occupying Pierce County, the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay has finally come to an end. The U.S. Open was the largest event ever hosted by the county, and I couldn’t be more proud. From scenery to food and the distinctive architecture of the links style course, the beautiful Pacific Northwest created a unique experience for players and spectators that will keep them coming back for years to come.
Register now for the South Sound Heart and Stroke Walk Register now for the South Sound Heart and Stroke Walk
South Sound Heart and Stroke Walk registration is on...sign up now! Plus, how you can get involved in helping to guide Pierce County government.
Volunteer for open boards and commissions in the 5th District Volunteer for open boards and commissions in the 5th District
Have you been looking for a way to give back to your community? We've got ample opportunities in the 5th Council District! Serving on one of our many boards and commissions is an excellent way to stay involved in county government as well as find personal satisfaction knowing that you’re helping to make a difference in your community. I’m confident that we’ll see these openings fill up sooner rather than later, so if you are interested you should get your application in now.
New Building Public Forum Invite New Building Public Forum Invite
I’d like to personally invite you to attend a public forum I’m hosting – along with Council Members Connie Ladenburg and Derek Young – to provide local residents with another opportunity to learn about the proposed general services building currently under consideration.
2014 Printed Newsletter  2014 Printed Newsletter
New app connects you to local farms and farmers markets, new sheriff’s precinct will help keep our communities safer, traffic improvements will lead to safer roads and better options, land use and code enforcement among most common concerns, caring for the disabled and low-income seniors in Pierce County, where your property taxes go, and a breakdown of the 2014 county budget.
Spring 2014 E-Newsletter Spring 2014 E-Newsletter
New Sheriff’s precinct will keep our communities safer, traffic Improvements will lead to safer roads, better options, land use and code enforcement among most common concerns, Caring for the disabled, low-income seniors in Pierce County, and the budget at a glance.