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Human Services

  1. How to Spoil Your Retirement

    January 21, 2021, 6:30 PM @ Online only Register online at: https://bit.ly/3o7m5vY

    Judging by the television ads, all you need to have for a successful retirement – and that wonderful rocking chair – is a big bank account. Sure, money helps but retirement is so much more. Big picture retirement can easily go bad even if you have buckets of cash unless you know what to watch for. A good retirement – and a long, healthy retirement – demands lots of serious “work.” Whether you are planning on retirement in your future or have already made the leap, learn about ways people fail in retirement – and it isn’t all about money.

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Law Library CLE Calendar

  1. "Ejectment v. Eviction: Who’s Occupying Your Property?" CLE and Community Workshop Featuring Stephen Dadabo, Attorney.

    January 21, 2021, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

    This workshop will explain the difference between an Eviction and an Ejectment. Information to help you decide which action is appropriate for your situation. Who Should Attend? This is community event for attorneys and non-attorneys Date & Time: January 21, 5:00 p.m.- 6:30 p.m. Zoom Webinar: https://piercecountywa.zoom.us/j/96903563107 CLE credit: 1.5 WSBA credits (pending)

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PW - Surface Water Management Calendar

  1. 2023 Comprehensive Flood Hazard Management Plan Scoping Period

    December 14, 2020 - January 29, 2021

    You are invited to help shape the scope of the Pierce County 2023 Comprehensive Flood Hazard Management Plan (Flood Plan) and associated environmental review. From December 14th 2020 to January 29th 2021, Pierce County will be taking agency, tribal, and public comment on what to study in the Flood Plan and associated environmental impact statement (EIS). The Flood Plan will identify projects and polices that will reduce the impact of major flooding to the community to be implemented over a 10 year period, starting in 2023.

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