April 20, 2011
Interested in landscape architecture and don’t have a family or business connection with the industry? Here’s your chance. The landscape architecht board has a vacancy for its public member position.
The public member provides an important perspective: they offer a view that is sometimes difficult to see as a member of the profession and they advocate for the public as a whole.
The Landscape Architect Board examines candidates for licensure, holds disciplinary hearings, and recommends adoption of rules and regulations. The board meets 4 times a year and members serve 6-year terms. They’re entitled to reimbursement for their travel expenses and receive a small stipend as compensation for their service. For complete information about this governor-appointed position and application process, click here.
April 15, 2011
If you’re traveling back to the U.S. from Canada at the Peace Arch crossing in Blaine, get ready to save even more time with an enhanced driver license or ID card.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has dedicated a “Ready Lane” at the Peace Arch port of entry for travelers entering the U.S. with a RFID-enabled card. These documents include:
The new Ready Lane will be open from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. In order to use this dedicated lane, all passengers over the age of 16, must present one of the approved RDIF-enabled travel cards.
April 1, 2011
Teens getting into a licensed limo
If you‘re hiring a limo or town car for a prom or another special event, make sure you’re riding safely and in style.
Washington has a lot of licensed limousine companies to choose from. Before hiring one, make sure the limo and the driver are properly licensed by the state.
To find out if the limousine service you plan to use is licensed, visit the Department of Licensing website at www.dol.wa.gov or call 360-664-1414.