The Police Blotter, June 6, 2009

anacortes_police_logo.pngA number of vehicles were discovered to have been "egged" in the Skyline area on Sunday, May 31. An empty egg carton was found at the corner of Doon and Cay Ways and the matter is under investigation.

New Community Garden officially open


Mayor Dean Maxwell cut the ribbon officially opening the new Community Garden, located on city land between 28th and 29th streets at Q Ave. Several dozen citizens attended the opening of the 8,000 sq. foot garden Saturday morning.

Free ride for most incumbents

election2009.pngThere will be no opposition for a large number of local candidates for this fall's election, including incumbents at the City Council, School Board, Pool District and Hospital District.

House History plaques presented


Mayor Dean Maxwell presents a House History plaque to Bill & Arlene French, the first recipients in the Anacortes House History Program, as Historic Preservation Board Chair Susan Rooks looks on.

Homes sales stay at low level


Last month’s Anacortes home sales was steady, compared with April, but still well below a year ago.