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Summer Chum pulled back from brink of extinction

Hatchery chum kept much like wild ones

Former mayor struggles to live

County moves closer to Silverdale campus

Fired civilian claims retaliation

New Westpark land-use designation gets green light

An affair to die for

Club closes rifle and pistol range

COUNTY JAIL: Construction work hours limited because of noise

SILVERDALE: Rummage sale to benefit assault programs

PUBLIC LANDS: Fees will be waived Saturday

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND: Economic conference set for Saturday

BREMERTON: Garden society celebrates first harvest

Pollution cancels S'Kallam tribe's oyster harvest this winter

Auctioneer says Kalakala bidder defaults; bidder disagrees

City won't swallow espresso tax

Governor gives emergency blood donation

Hail and glare lead to car wrecks

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BAINBRIDGE ISLAND: Economic conference set for Saturday

Steven Gardner

September 18, 2003

The Bainbridge Island Economic Council will host government, transportation and high-tech experts at its Bainbridge Island Economic Vitality conference Saturday.

The "Boats, Bytes & Buildings" conference is designed to address where the island is headed.

The list of speakers includes U.S. Rep. Jay Inslee, D-Bainbridge Island; Mike Thorne, chief executive officer for Washington State Ferries; Richard Hayes, Kitsap Transit director; Ed Stern, Poulsbo city councilman and supporter of broadband initiatives; and Stan Finley, director of franchise and government relations for Comcast.

Other local speakers will address island residential, business and government projects. A tour of the island's proposed Japanese memorial site is planned as well.

A continental breakfast and luncheon are available for those who pay a $25-per-person registration fee. The conference is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Bainbridge High School lounge area.

Register by visiting Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce, 590 Winslow Way E, or by calling the chamber at (206) 842-3700.


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