City of Vancouver looks to redefine ‘affordability’ in housing

Renderings for the future Block 10 building from the Holland Partner Group and Arlington, VA-based EJF Capital show a 6-story, multi-use building. (Courtesy of the City of Vancouver). It may revamp the program, lower median income; developers say they could be priced out. – Columbian

Vancouver-born ultramarathoner elevates 2020 by breaking Colorado Trail record

Jeff Garmire runs along the Colorado Trail in August. A camera crew followed him during part of his 500-mile journey and captured enough footage to create a documentary. The trailer is coming next month, he said, and he plans on submitting it to some film festivals. -Columbian

Small Business Saturday offers Clark County retailers a chance for a holiday boost

In a difficult 2020, small businesses are hopeful for more upbeat moments in the spotlight. That spotlight shined on them for Small Business Saturday. -Columbian

Vancouver’s Bleu Door Bakery continues to serve the community

Coronavirus pandemic has made this little bakery change how they operate, that has not stopped them from doing some good and taking care of Clark County residents in a time of uncertainty. -Clark County Today

C-Tran prepares for the second Vine route on Mill Plain in Vancouver

-It’s been nearly four years since the first Vine buses began rolling up and down Fourth Plain Boulevard, marking C-Tran’s first foray into the world of Bus Rapid Transit. -Columbian

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