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Bainbridge Island City Council Talks Ethics Program

Revisions to City Council Ethics Program Discussed, Shelved

After being the subject of much discussion as a potential agenda item over multiple Bainbridge Island City Council meetings in recent weeks, the future of the Ethics Board took center stage at the latter stages of August 10 business meeting. Passionate debate centered on a …

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Ethics Board Discussions Take Center Stage At August 10th Council Meeting

A series of ongoing discussions about the members, format and even existence of the City of Bainbridge Island’s Ethics Board have run rampant through recent City Council meetings and study sessions, even without specific agenda items actually dedicated to them, so it is with great …

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Hunting Bigfoot – New Film from Bainbridge Director Also Stars Islander, Raises Money For Historic Lynwood Theatre

Did he really see it… or was it only in his mind? Directed by Bainbridge’s own Taylor Guterson, and starring Islander John Green, the documentary-style film Hunting Bigfoot opens at the Lynwood Theatre on Friday August 13. Tickets also go on sale tomorrow (Wednesday August …

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Questions for the Candidates – North Ward

We at the Chamber asked all of the City Council primary candidates for a bio, their website and answers to the same two questions. Here are the responses from North Ward candidates. We will publish those from the Central and South Wards in our next …

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Beware The Anti-Mask/Anti-Vax Crusaders – Check Your Business’s Online Reviews

If you have been one of the many Bainbridge Island organizations that have been requiring customers to wear a mask, or asking for proof of vaccination, your digital business reputation may be under sneak attack from un-earned negative reviews posted on Facebook, Yelp, Google, Instagram, …

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Bainbridge Island Grand Old 4th 2021 Classic Car Cruise Parade

The 2021 Grand Old 4th – A Pandemic Edition Photo Recap

On Sunday July the 4th, 2021, the day began grey, but turned gradually sunnier, much like the year itself. In the Grand Old 4th’s Pandemic Edition, friends were reunited, spontaneous fully-vaccinated hugs and high-fives ensued, and smiles (and sometimes candy) were shared. The fun runs, …

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City Council Listens, Reduces, Rewrites Plastics Ordinance

At the Tuesday June 22nd Regular Business Meeting, City Council responded to a wave of strong community feedback, and significantly changed course on what was previously known as the Plastics Ordinance (#2021-18). Now known as the “Single Use Food Ware and Waste Reduction” Ordinance, the …

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