Morning press: homeless camps; car shooting; ZoomInfo moves to the water’s edge
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In case you missed them, here are some of the best stories of the week:
Vancouver uses Outsiders Inn to run homeless campsites
Vancouver City Council voted unanimously on Monday to enter into a contract with Outsiders Inn, a Vancouver-based non-profit organization, to operate campsites for the homeless.
Vancouver will provide Outsiders Inn $ 571,148 to manage day-to-day operations. Adam Kravitz, executive director of Outsiders Inn, said in a telephone interview on Wednesday that most of the budget is spent on staff to ensure campsites remain safe, secure and clean.
Person injured in Hazel Dell drive-by shooting
One person was injured Wednesday morning in a drive-by shooting in Hazel Dell, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
MPs responded around 7 a.m. at the 8900 block of Northeast 15th Avenue to reports of a shooting.
Central Vancouver store broken into
An owner of the liquidation store LiquidNation Liquidators in Vancouver said she arrived at her business Wednesday morning to find glass everywhere and $ 3,000 in stolen goods.
Jullienne Adams described the burglary at 717 Grand Blvd. as “overwhelming” for his family business.
School officials warn of incident endangering stranger in Vancouver
Fort Vancouver High School on Monday alerted students and their families to an incident endangering a stranger last week as a student walked home from school.
The announcement says the student was walking around 2:15 p.m. Thursday when she noticed a teal car in a parking lot at East 18th Street and North Devine Road. The student continued to walk south on Devine Road, and the vehicle passed her and parked near the Burnt Bridge Creek trail.
ZoomInfo Moves Headquarters to Vancouver Waterfront
In 2025, Vancouver-based ZoomInfo, one of Clark County’s top-rated companies, plans to move its headquarters to a new building in the Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1 waterfront development.
Lincoln Property Co. and Bridge Investment Group are developing the building that will stand on Blocks A and C of the Port Terminal 1 project, west of Columbia Street and north of West Columbia Way, between the street and the berm of the BNSF railway.