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Longview City Info Weekly

Public Hearing for Proposed West Longview Annexation

The City Of Longview, in cooperation with Cowlitz County and Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue, is seeking to annex approximately

237 acres of land into the city through an interlocal agreement annexation process.

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held before the City Council, City Hall Council Chambers,

Longview, Washington, at a Regular Council Meeting at 7:00 p.m., February 28, 2019 to allow input from interested citizens

Lower Columbia School Gardens 2018 Annual Report

Lower Columbia School Gardens 2018 Annual Report:

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CHILDREN’S DISCOVERY MUSEUM CELEBRATES NEW DENTAL EXHIBIT

CHILDREN’S DISCOVERY MUSEUM CELEBRATES NEW DENTAL EXHIBIT

The Ruckelshaus Center to Assess Catastrophic Flooding in Spirit Lake and Toutle River System

To address the ongoing risk of moderate and potentially catastrophic flooding in Washington’s Spirit Lake and Toutle River system, the U.S. Forest Service asked the William D. Ruckelshaus Center to assess the feasibility and design of a collaborative process involving entities throughout the entire Lake and River system. The Ruckelshaus Center recently completed a series of interviews to that end, and has produced a report on long-term sediment management & related issues for the Spirit Lake/Toutle-Cowlitz River system.

City of Longview launches website redesign

City of Longview launches website redesign

The City of Longview is proud to announce the launch of the redesign of our website
www.mylongview.com. The new redesign was built for ease-of-use and an improved
experience for citizens. With the changes to our website, information is easier to find and
citizens can stay informed about city news and events by using the “Notify Me” feature
available on the home page.

St. Stephens Episcopal Church opens severe weather shelter for minors

St. Stephens Episcopal Church opens severe weather shelter for minors

St. Stephens Episcopal Church located at 1418 – 22nd Avenue has been permitted for a severe
weather shelter. This shelter has restrictions, open only to minors aged 17 and under, or a
parent accompanying a minor.

This is the second permitted shelter in Longview. The other is the Love Overwhelming
building at 618 14th Avenue.

For more information on permitted severe weather shelters, please contact the Community
Development Department at 360.442.5060.

Longview City Info Weekly

NW Voices Presents Author Peter Rock

Come join us for the first NW Voices event of 2019 on Wednesday, February 27 featuring

author Peter Rock. The author of ten works of fiction will present a film screening of Leave

No Trace based on the book My Abandonment from 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. at LCC in Health

& Science Building 101 and a reading at the Longview Public Library beginning at 7:00 p.m.

in the Magazine Reading Room.

 

Peter Rock was born and raised in Salt Lake City. He is the author of the novels SPELLS,

The Cowlitz Black Bears invite you to enjoy a group night at Story Field this summer.

The Cowlitz Black Bears invite you to enjoy a group night at Story Field this summer. Whether your group is big or small, we'll make sure you have a great time!

http://www.cowlitzblackbears.com/tickets/group-tickets/

Hope Project - February 2019 Newsletter

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month!
The Facts

1 in 3 young people experiences dating abuse.
23 % of LGB youth report experience sexual dating violence.
Over ½ of Men & Women who have been physically or sexually abused by a dating partner first experienced abuse between the ages of 11-24.
89 % of college students reported they are not confident in their ability to recognize warning signs of abuse.

Find these and more facts about dating abuse as PDFs here.

Writing Workshops with Alan Rose of WordFest

Writing Workshops with Alan Rose of WordFest

Eight week series beginning Tuesday March 5

Tuesdays 2 to 4 pm

Longview Public Library Auditorium

 

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