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(Bremerton, WA)  --  Governor Jay Inslee says Washingtonians will need to make some "hard choices" if the state is to maintain its status as an exceptional place to live.  The governor made the remarks yesterday before members of the Bremerton Chamber of Commerce.  Inslee says Washington residents must be willing to invest in education and transportation, and be a leader in dealing with green energy and ocean acidification, if the state is to continue running well.  He told the "Kitsap Sun" he'd like to see lawmakers eliminate some tax loopholes as they try to fill the gap between what the state has and what it needs.

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  • Click on the link for the latest conditions on the mountain passes.
  • Roundabout at intersection of NW Shevlin Park Road and NW Mt. Washington Drive for roundabout reconstruction, road closure with detours, 5/13/19 - 6/27/19.
  • SE Cessna Drive between SE Piper Drive and SE Craven Road for waterline installation, road closure with detour, 5/20/19 – 6/6/19.
  • NE 6th Street between NE Greenwood Avenue (US Hwy 20) and NE Majesty Lane for asphalt speed hump installation, pavement markings, and concrete work at several intersections, rolling one block closures and detours along with day time flagging, 4/29/19 – 6/15/19.
  • Brosterhous Road between American Lane and Jacklight Lane for sewer main installation, southbound lane closures with detours, until 7/15/19.
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