Creekstone Kennewick Washington Homes For Sale

Creekstone Kennewick Washington Homes

Creekstone homes in east Kennewick Washington are like the pearl in the ocean type of real estate property. Creekstone is located on the east side of Kennewick, and Kennewick is the largest city in the Tri-Cities. A small-town community within close proximity to everything that the Tri-Cities area of southeast Washington has to offer such as leisure and recreation sites, great schools, and healthcare facilities. Primarily described as valuable vintage area, quite different from its neighbors. With complete lifestyle amenities, Creekstone has lovely parks with walking/biking trails and workout stations for residents to enjoy and other play areas with pristine landscapes. Properties comprise of widely…

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Pasco Wa Growth 18 in the Nation

The 2009 US Census Bureau figures are out and according to them; Franklin County is ranking number 18 as the fastest growing county in the nation. Back when the last census was taken, Franklin County had 49,602 residents, currently there are 77,355 residents; up 56% from 2000. In the state of Washington, Franklin County is the only county to make the census’ top 100 list. The reason for all this growth is all the building happening around Rd 68 off of I-182. There used to only be soccer fields out in that area, but then between 2003-2006 the housing market boomed with nearly 4,000 permits for single-family homes issued in those years. This boom in growth caused some quick economic growth and change in the area. There was also an increase in …

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Expo Northwest has organized a Latino Business, Consumer, and Career Expo scheduled for May 16, 2010. The event will be at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick. The Expo will be the largest and most exciting Latino business for Washington’s Latino Community. Vendors are being sought to reserve a booth. Booths are great for business exposure, increase sales, to hire bilingual employees, and many other reasons. For more information about the event contact Gracie Campos at 509.438.0781 or visit the Expo’s website.

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The Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave, Observatory will be offering tours this afternoon at 3:00 pm. the tour will include a walk to the observatory’s control room. Visitors are advised to wear comfortable shoes and warm clothing. The LIGO facility is located by the Hanford facility on Horn Road west of Richland. Call 509.372.8181 for more information or visit the LIGO website. Admission is free.

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Columbia Basin College will be offering a maritime licensure class March 30 through April 23. This class will meet Monday –Thursday from 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm. The class is designed for those interested in obtaining a captain’s license in order to take paying customers out on vessels. This is a 56-hour course that is approved by the Coast Guard and is instructed by Captain J.J. Janssen. Captain Janssen is an instructor at Zenith Maritime Academy, his nautical experience ranges from the rivers of the Southwest to the Salish Sea. The course will take place on the Columbia Basin College campus in Pasco.  For more information about the class call 509.542.4806.

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Collie | Benton Franklin Humane Society

Local business Masterson Construction and architect Terry Thornton have been chosen by the Humane Society officials to build the new Benton-Franklin Humane Society’s new no-kill animal shelter. Land was recently purchased by BFHS from the Port of Kennewick on Seventh Ave near Western Equipment sales. There are currently buildings already in place on the land all but one of the buildings will be removed, the one remaining building will most likely be used as a spay and neuter facility. BFHS has been raising $2 million for a while now which would cover the costs of the land, construction, and the costs of a larger facility; they have raised nearly $1.5 million so far. The new shelter will be nearly 9,000 sq. feet and will be able to house about…

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Colleen Lane, Realtor®, Broker, Tri Cities WashingtonThe First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit With the first time homebuyer deadline drawing to a close I am starting to see a certain "˜frenzy' of first home buyers wanting to get in on the action. Call me a bad Tri Cities Realtor® (but I am certainly ethical) if you want, but I have been known to tell first time home buyers that $8,000 is not a good reason to buy a home. On the contrary, making the wrong choice in a house can potentially cost you more than $8,000.   I suppose if someone is planning on purchasing anyway the First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit is a nice side benefit, but I am seeing an inordinate number of buyers wanting to buy just for the tax credit. Actually, I think the flurry of activity going on in the market right will drive prices up…

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On Saturday March 27 Tapteal Greenway will be working on restoring the Amon Basin wetlands form 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. Tapteal Greenway is looking for help from anyone willing and able, the work includes fence building and planting. For those who would like to participate they are asked to park at Center Boulevard and Eastwood Avenue in Willowbrook in S. Richland; the restoration area is through the gate and down the road. Volunteers are asked to bring themselves gloves, water, snacks, sunscreen, heavy wire cutters, portable weed eaters, and sharp-nosed shovels. Contact Kathy Dechter for more information call 509.627.0950 or emailing kdechter@charter.net.

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Mike Hewitt, R-Walla Walla, the Senate Minority Leader of the 16th district, has scheduled a town hall meeting for Wednesday, March 24 at 7:00 pm. Hewitt’s 16th district includes Walla Walla, Columbia counties, Pasco, and parts of Kennewick. Hewitt says he has been hearing from many people throughout the 16th district about what the legislature is doing this year and the ramifications this could have on their families. This meeting will last for one-hour, during this time Hewitt will discuss the 2010 legislative session and special session as well as answer questions.  For those interested in taking part of this town hall meeting and making your voice be heard the meeting will take place over the phone. To participate call 877.229.8493 and …

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"Go Green Richland" is the name of a new blog and communication source for area residents. Go Green Richland features timely information, such as the temporary schedule for curbside recycling in Richland's pilot program neighborhoods, and answers to frequently asked "green" questions and concerns.

Richland's Environmental Education Office maintains the blog as another way to keep residents updated on solid waste changes and other environmental issues that may occur in the future, like new energy technologies and water conservation activities.  Visit Go Green Richland and become a follower to receive updates, information and tips on green living.

Joe and Colleen Lane Richland Realtors®

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