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NW Voices Presents Local Mystery Author PJ Peterson

NW Voices Presents Local Mystery Author PJ Peterson

Come join us for our next NW Voices event on Wednesday, April 24 featuring local mystery author PJ Peterson. The author will present a writing workshop from 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. at LCC in Main 145 and a reading at the Longview Public Library beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Magazine Reading Room.

This Week at the Lodge ...

Hi Mooses!

This week at the lodge…

 

Monday

Cornhole 6-8

 

Tuesday

Bingo @ 6:00

Progressive Bingo is $350 with 9 numbers.

Queen of Hearts is $1,083 with 32 cards left.

Kitchen is open @ 5:00 serving the regular menu.

 

Wednesday

Longview Senior Center Benefit Dance

Music starts @ 7:00

$15 admission

 

Thursday

Bingo @ 6:00

Progressive Bingo

WOTM will be doing a Potato Bar for dinner.

Longview City Info Weekly

Earth Day 2019

Saturday, Apr 21, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Free event at the Cowlitz County Expo Center, presented by Cowlitz PUD and PNW Metal Recycling!

 

A fun filled day awaits as we prepare to enjoy the 24rd annual Earth Day Celebration.

Lots of hands on fun as creativity meets education with a variety of environmental exhibitors, activities, performers and entertainment.

 

*Bring a can or non-perishable food item for CAP Help Warehouse.

 

 

Kids Fish-In 

Kelso Finance Department is Recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting

Kelso Finance Department is Recognized for Excellence in Financial Reporting

Free Bereavement Support Groups in Cowlitz County Sponsored by Community Home Health & Hospice

Free Bereavement Support Groups in Cowlitz County

Sponsored by Community Home Health & Hospice

 

REVISED - 38th Avenue Closure

REVISED - 38th Avenue Closure

The road closure planned for 38th Avenue for Wednesday, March 13, has been cancelled. The closure, which allows the geotechnical engineer to monitor the area of the repaired landslide on 38th Avenue, will be rescheduled to a later date (to be determined).

Hope Project March 2019 Newsletter

Hope Project March 2019 Newsletter

Resilience is Hope in action

            It’s time to find the hidden word again. This month has the hidden word “resilience”. Please respond to this newsletter with the complete sentence that the hidden word is in, and your name will be entered into a drawing! The winner will be drawn on March 25th, and receive a prize! Good Luck!!

More than a Bystander

38th Avenue Closure

38th Avenue Closure

The City has contracted with GRI, a geotechnical engineer, to monitor the area of the repaired landslide on 38th Avenue. A section of this road will be closed to through traffic between the Longview School District bus barn and Memorial Park Drive between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13.

Please respect all road and pedestrian closures to avoid hazardous falling rock and debris. In order to avoid delays, motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes.

General Guidelines for Real Estate Signs

General Guidelines for Real Estate Signs

The Longview Sign Code provides specific regulations on the placement, allowable number, and size of real estate signs. These regulations are intended to allow realtors to effectively market a property while preventing a proliferation of signs in residential and commercial neighborhoods ensuring that signs are not placed in hazardous locations. Let’s all work together to keep Longview safe and beautiful.
What you need to know

Longview City Council Agenda - Special Meeting – March 14, 2019- 7:00 p.m.

Longview City Council Agenda

Special Meeting – March 14, 2019- 7:00 p.m.

 

The City Hall is accessible for persons with disabilities.  Special equipment to assist the hearing impaired is also available.  Please contact the City Executive Offices at 360.442.5004 48 hours in advance if you require special accommodations to attend the meeting.

 

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