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Building Permits – October 2021

BENTON COUNTY JS Infrastructure, 1117 E. 44th Ave., $165,000 for antenna/tower. Contractor: Qualtek. American Tower Co., 68085 S. Finley Road, $15,000 for antenna/tower. Contractor: owner. FRANKLIN COUNTY Granite Northwest, 7131 N. Railroad Ave., Pasco, $17,100 for demolition. Contractor: owner. BV AL Pasco 1 LLC, 5921 Road 60 D, Pasco, $2 million for new commercial. Contractor:…

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Business Licenses – October 2021

RICHLAND Berry, Dunn, McNeil & Parker LLC, 100 Middle St. Portland. Boyd Martin Construction LLC, 5965 McLeod Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada. M-l Masonry Inc., 2662 S. Bear Claw Way, Meridian, Idaho. Three Amigos Plumbing & Maintenance Inc., 1309 Wright Way, Sandpoint, Idaho. Lapierre Enterprises Inc., 2748 Lapierre Canyon Drive, Kennewick. City Facilities Management (Fl) LLC,…

Judgments

Judgments – October 2021

The state can file lawsuits against people or businesses that do not pay taxes, resulting in a judgment against property that person or business owns. Judgments are filed in Benton and Franklin Superior Court. The following is from the Franklin County Superior Court Clerk’s Office. Ramon Martinez Barjas et al., unpaid Department of Licensing, filed…

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Marijuana Licenses – October 2021

Marijuana licenses for Benton and Franklin counties are public record and are obtained from the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. BENTON COUNTY APPROVED Randolf and Mortimer, 15505 N. Webber Canyon Road, Suite D, Benton City. License type: marijuana producer tier 3. Application type: assumption. Akule Street LLC, 234805 E. Straightbank Road, Suite C, Kennewick.…

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Liquor Licenses – October 2021

Information provided by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. BENTON COUNTY NEW NW Wine Collaborative, 2880 Lee Road, Suite A, Prosser. License type: domestic winery >249,999 liters. Application type: change of location. Prosser Mercantile Wine & Washington, 701 Sixth St., Prosser. License type: direct shipment receiver-in WA only; beer/wine restaurant – beer/wine; off premises.…

Business Updates

Business Updates – October 2021

NEW Wild Olive’s Charcuterie Kingdom has opened at 212 W. Kennewick Ave., inside the Red Mountain Kitchen. It is owned by mother and daughter duo Tina Beverly and Jessie Schuh, and offers charcuterie and grazing boards for date nights, parties and picnics and also catering. Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Contact: 509-551-5242; wildolivesck.com; info@wildolivesck.com. BoxLunch has…

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Business Briefs – September 2021

Pasco company is No. 12 on Inc.’s 5000 fastest-growing list Solgen Power, a Pasco residential solar sales and installation company, ranked No. 12 on Inc. Magazine’s 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America list, released in August. Solgen reported 21,790% growth and was one of only 15 Washington newcomers to the list in 2021. Another 44…

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We’re heeding health officials’ advice for our fall expo

As the Tri-Cities grapples with rising Covid-19 cases again, we’re seeing more cancellations and postponements of community events. We’ve got our own to add to this growing list. We were hoping to announce that our Senior Times Fall 2021 Expo would again be indoors, but it won’t be. For those of you who don’t know,…

WineCheers

Three Rivers takes over Tri-Cities Wine Festival

The Three Rivers Convention Center is taking over the Tri-Cities Wine Festival after its longtime co-producer pulled the plug on the event. The convention center in Kennewick partnered with the Tri-Cities Wine Society to put on the annual event, which included wine judging, an auction, public tasting and a festival. The society announced in August…

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Education& Training Briefs – September 2021

Tri-Cities schools split $184K from Gesa Gesa Credit Union awarded more than $266,000 to Washington school districts through its affinity debit card program. Tri-City schools received $184,000 of the total, which is earmarked to support academics, technology, extracurricular programs and athletics. Card users support their schools when they use the branded card for purchases. The…

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