Buckner Orchard Harvest Fest 2017 - Oct 6-8
- Written by Herb Sargo
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Manson Parks Regular Board Meeting 10-14-17
- Written by Robin Pittman
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Regular Board Meeting
142 Pedoi St., Bumgarner Building, September 14th, 2017, 4:10pm
I. Call to Order
II. Flag Salute
III. Agenda Additions & Deletions
IV. Public Comment/Questions
V. Approval of Minutes
a. August 10, 2017 Regular Meeting minutes
VI. Financial Review
a. Review Monthly Financial Reports
b. Review and Approve Monthly Voucher
VII. Old Business
a. Park Improvements
i. Manson Bay Waterfront Revitalization Project
1. Pacific Engineering Contract
b. Comprehensive Plan update
c. Director’s report
VIII. New Business
a. Resolution 2017-02
b. Wapato Lake Campground brochure
IX. Executive Session: Performance of a public employee
Next Regular Meeting: September 14th, 2017 at 4:10pm, 142 Pedoi St., Bumgarner Building
AAU Soccer Season registration ends Sept 13
- Written by Robin Pittman
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Manson Parks has just announced that registration is now open for this year’s AAU soccer season.
This program is for Pre - K through 6th grade.
Forms can be completed at the Parks Office (142 Pedoi St.) or ONLINE (at mansonparks.com).
Office hours are Monday through Friday 9am - 4pm.
The LAST DAY FOR SIGN UPS WILL BE September 13, 2017.
The office will remain open until 6:00 p.m. on the 13th to accommodate working parents.
The total cost to play is $29.00.
Chelan Fire and Rescue Commissioners Regular Meeting 10-13-17
- Written by Carol A. Kibler, CFR
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Chelan Fire and Rescue
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 4:00 P.M.
232 East Wapato, Chelan, WA
Proposed Chelan Fire and Rescue agenda pending Board approval.
Call to order:
* Revenue and Expenditure Report: July 2017
* Payroll: $135,649.82 August 2017 Paid 09-05-2017
* Vouchers for August General Account: Vouchers #929 through #937 for $4,096.75; Voucher #945 through #956 for $7,347.18; Voucher #979 through #995 for $4,368.89; Vouchers #1005 through #1014 for $35,449.95.
* Vouchers for July Capital Account: Vouchers #938 for $852.75 Voucher #957 for $398.31; Vouchers #996 for $405.10; vouchers #1015 for $3,559.51.
* Minutes: August 9 and 23, 2017
Fire Chief Report:
* 2017 Budget Expense Report
* 2017 Goal and Objectives
* Personnel (Career/Volunteer)
* Facilities/Apparatus and Equipment
* Emergency Response Report
* Fire Prevention
* Training – Chief Mark Donnell
* Public Education
Firefighters Association Report:
* Marine Fire Response Up-date
* Annexation Proposals
* 2017-2021 LRP
* 2018 Draft Budget
* 2017-04 Resolution – Cancelled Warrants
Executive Session: RCW 42.30.140 Collective Bargaining, Grievances, and/or Negotiations.
Driver ends up in Columbia River while attempting to elude arrest
- Written by Sheriff Harvey Gjesdal
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Just after midnight on 09/03/17 a Douglas County Deputy was on routine patrol on Hwy. 2 at MP 135 when he detected a vehicle on his RADAR traveling 83 MPH in a 60 MPH zone.
The Deputy caught up to the vehicle and activated his lights and siren. The vehicle slowed to about 45 MPH but did not stop. The Deputy could see driver throwing things out the window. The driver finally pulled over near Lincoln Rock. When the Deputy approached the window, the driver abruptly reached down beside his seat. Fearing the driver was reaching for a weapon, the Deputy grabbed his arm. The driver struggled with the Deputy and was able to escape by putting his car in gear and driving away. The Deputy pursued.
The suspect vehicle turned into Lincoln Rock State park traveling 50 MPH in a 15 MPH zone. It continued to the boat launch area and collided with the dock hand rail. The vehicle went airborne and landed in about two feet of water.
At first the driver tried to swim away, but the Deputy convinced him to return to shore. During his contact with the suspect, he exhibited obvious signs of impairment. He was arrested without injury or further incident and transported to the Chelan County Jail.
Douglas County Fire District #2 responded to ensure there was no petroleum product released into the River. It was minimal and did not present a hazard.
The suspect was identified as 35 year old Michael Kalmakoff of Tonasket. He was booked for DUI and Felony Eluding, and obstructing.
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