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Latest News for Matlock (Unincorporated County Area), WA

Some Castle Rock businesses operating without city license
The Daily News Online Castle Rock, WA
November 14, 2014

Castle Rock city council members are looking into recent revelations that some businesses in town are operating without mandatory city business licenses.

Mayor Paul Helenberg acknowledged during an October budget workshop that there are several unlicensed businesses that have yet to be penalized ó an issue of which some council members said they were unaware.

ďI donít think itís any of the new businesses. I think itís the businesses who have been here for a long time that donít pay,Ē Helenberg said in October.

Helenberg was unavailable for comment Wednesday.

Councilwoman Ellen Rose, who also has owned the Mount St. Helens Motel for 33 years, said she didnít know about the unlicensed businesses but is looking further into the problem.

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