In her speech, Bowerman will discuss topics of interest including the new Jail Services Department, the 2025 Comprehensive Plan update, the county budget, and homelessness in the community.
VANCOUVER – Clark County Council Chair Karen Dill Bowerman will present the 2023 State of the County address in a video to be released on Tue., April 4. The video will be available beginning at 9 a.m. on the county’s website at www.clark.wa.gov. CVTV will begin airing the video later that day at 7 pm on channel 23/323 and www.CVTV.org.
In her speech, Chair Bowerman will discuss local topics of interest including the new Jail Services Department, the 2025 Comprehensive Plan update, the county budget, homelessness in the community, and other matters.
“The State of the County offers an annual opportunity to address recent accomplishments and provide updates on the biggest issues facing Clark County,” said Council Chair Karen Dill Bowerman. “Together, as a community, we are writing the next chapter in an even stronger Clark County – one that is emerging with strength and resilience from the long period of COVID’s effect. It has indeed been a long phase for our families and our businesses, so please join us in watching the address as we think about where we have been and about the future we are forging together.”
Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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