Pangborn Governing Board Meeting Agenda 6-19-18
- Written by Bobbie Chatriand, Administrative Assistant, Pangborn Memorial Airport
PANGBORN MEMORIAL AIRPORT
Airport Governing Board Regular Meeting Agenda
238 Olds Station Road, Suite A, Wenatchee, WA 98801
June 19th, 2018
I. CONSENT AGENDA – Minutes of the April 24th Airport Governing Board Meeting
II. ACTION ITEM – Approval of the Updated Storm Water Agreement with Douglas County
III. APPROACH LIGHTING SYSTEM PRESENTATION
IV. 10-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN PRESENTATION
V. AIRPORT DIRECTOR’S REPORT
VI. EXECUTIVE SESSION: An Executive Session may be called during the meeting. The purpose must be announced and is limited by RCW 42.30.110. Examples include: (1) to discuss with legal counsel litigation, potential litigation and/or legal risks (RCW 42.30.110(1)(i)); (2) to consider the acquisition of real estate by lease or purchase when public knowledge regarding such consideration would cause a likelihood of increased price (RCW 42.30.110(1)(b)); and (3) to consider the minimum price at which real estate will be offered for sale or lease when public knowledge regarding such consideration would cause a likelihood of decreased price (final action selling or leasing public property shall be taken in a meeting open to the public)(RCW 42.30.110(1)(c)).
Injuy accident at Bray's Landing Road
- Written by Kevin Morris, Undersheriff, DCSO
On 06/12/18 at approximately 6:31 PM Douglas County Deputies responded to Brays Landing Road and Nollmeyer Road, near Orondo for a report of an injury accident.
When the deputies arrived they learned there was a single vehicle driven by, Jesus Severiano-Soto a 25 year old Orondo man. Jesus was unconscious and receiving aid. The investigation established speed as the contributing cause of the collision and alcohol was involved.
Jesus was transported to Central Washington Hospital, where he was cited for DUI.
Manson High School Holds Annual Awards Banquet
- Written by Bryanna Harris
The Manson High School FFA held their annual Awards Banquet. Apart from beautiful banners and a wonderful dinner prepared by the Manson High School kitchen staff, new officers were also signed into office. The new Manson FFA Officers for 2018-2019 are: President Blake Cochran, Vice-President Payton Stevens, Secretary Bryce La Mar,Treasurer Henry Armstrong, Sentinel Cole Cochran and Reporter Bryanna Harris. This year we had four Green Hands added to the team. Cody Fitzpatrick, Bryanna Harris, Gunner Rasmussen and Ricardo Escoto with Bryanna Harris awarded as Greenhand of the Year.
We are very thankful to our honorary Chapter Farmers this year, which consisted of Matt and Shelly Charlton, Brett and Bev La Mar, Chad and Kelly Gosvener, Travis and Megan Schoenwald and Mary Amsden.
We would also like to give a very big thanks and all our appreciation to Jennifer Harris, Don and Teena Vanderholm, Dan and Janet Krumm, Adam and Cindy Rasmussen, Travis and Megan Schoenwald, Mary Amsden, Craig and Annette Stevens and Bev and Brett LaMar.
Overall it was a wonderful year full of lots of great memories and we can’t wait for the next one.
Manson Parks Regular Board Meeting 6-14-18
- Written by Robin Pittman
Regular Board Meeting
142 Pedoi Street, Bumgarner Building, June 14, 2018, 4:10pm
I. Call to Order
II. Flag Salute
III. Agenda Additions and Deletions
IV. Public Comment
V. Approval of Minutes
a. May 10, 2018 Regular Meeting minutes
b. June 1, 2018 Special Meeting minutes
VI. Financial Review
a. Review Monthly Financial Report
b. Review and Approve Monthly Voucher
VII. Old Business
a. Manson Bay Waterfront Revitalization Project
i. Executive Session (Acquisition of real estate)
b. Director’s Report
Next Regular Meeting: July 12, 2018 at 4:10pm, 142 Pedoi Street, Manson, WA 98831
Buckner Orchard Work Party June 14
- Written by Herb Sargo
Harmony Meadows offering USTA PNW/RecTennis programs
- Written by Randy Webber, Director of Recreational Programming at USTA PNW
Photo credit RecTennis/USTA PNW
USTA PNW/RecTennis is excited to be offering programming in Manson in partnership with Harmony Meadows. Friends and Family evening classes are great for the whole family or groups of friends.
To register for any program, folks can visit https://rectennis.com/locate-a-program/. Enter our 98831 zip code and the Harmony Meadows programs will appear.
Harmony Meadows Tennis & Events Center
Friends and Family: The perfect unique activity for your next date night, family game night, or happy hour with your friends. RecTennis provides the necessary tennis equipment and offers groups a chance to learn and play tennis in a fun, engaging atmosphere. All skill levels are welcome! Ages 6+ and adults! Cost is $25 for up to four people for 1.5 hours.
Summer Camps: Summer camps are a great way for kids to smash summer boredom and stay active. RecTennis summer camps teach basic tennis skills and also help kids develop life lessons and skills they can use off the court. Select camps include other activities such as frisbee, other sports and arts + crafts. Summer camps are offered in Manson from June 18 to August 24. Ages 5-14 can participate. Cost is $39 dollars per week for 1.5 hour camps and $99 dollars per week for 4 hour camps.
About RecTennis: As part of USTA PNW, RecTennis has made tennis and life skills programs accessible for communities across the Pacific Northwest regardless of age, skill level, and socio-economic background. Our 300 community partnerships, spanning public parks, parks and rec departments, and other community outlets, provide the space. RecTennis provides the rest: USTA-approved tennis activities, educational curricula that meets state and federal standards, and free equipment.
Truck accident had riders in the bed
- Written by Chief Jason Reinfeld, CCSO
Sheriff Brian Burnett reports on Thursday, June 7th, 2018 at approximately 0559 hours an injury accident was reported on Malaga Alcoa Highway at approximately milepost 8.
A full-size pickup was travelling northbound towards Wenatchee carrying six 18–20 year old passengers. Four of the occupants were in the cab of the pickup and two were in the bed. The vehicle left the roadway, drove down an embankment, and struck two orchard trees. The occupants in the bed of the pickup were thrown from the vehicle and sustained injuries.
A 19 year old East Wenatchee female was transported by ambulance to the CWH emergency room with a possible arm injury. An 18 year old East Wenatchee male was transported to CWH with serious injuries. His current medical status is unknown. The other vehicle occupants were not transported and did not sustain anything more than minor injuries.
A Deputy who responded to the scene contacted the driver. The driver showed no signs of drug or alcohol impairment. It is believed this group was returning to the valley from a senior camp out in the Colockum area.
Motorcycle accident in the Colockum
- Written by Chief Jason Reinfeld, CCSO
Update May 11th, 2018 12:03 PM. Sheriff Brian Burnett reports on May 11th, 2018 Chelan County Coroner Wayne Harris has informed the Sheriff’s Office Anthony Wilson has passed away. Mr. Wilson was the rider of the motorcycle from the June 7th collision in the Colockum Road area. The Chelan County Sheriff’s Office extends our sincere condolences to Mr. Wilson’s family. Please respect the family’s privacy during this difficult time.
Sheriff Brian Burnett reports on Thursday, June 7th, 2018 at approximately 0619 hours an injury accident was reported on Colockum Road at approximately milepost 18. It was reported an 18 year old Wenatchee male crashed a motorcycle off the roadway and had a serious head injury. Shortly after the initial report, they advised CPR was in progress. This area is in Kittitas County however access is much quicker from Chelan County. Emergency services responded from Chelan County.
When a Chelan County Deputy advised he arrived on scene, he reported CPR was still in progress. Eventually the patient began breathing on his own and CPR was no longer needed. Chelan County Fire crews arrived shortly after the Deputy. Due to the severity of the injuries and remote location, Lifeflight was requested. The patient was transported to the emergency room at CWH by helicopter. As of Thursday afternoon, he is in the ICU at CWH.
It is unknown if the motorcycle rider was with a group that camped out overnight in the area or if he arrived sometime in the morning.
WSDOT performance report analyzes agency-wide retirement trends
- Written by Joe Irwin, Strategic Assessment and Performance Analysis, WSDOT
Gray Notebook also tracks social media reach, environmental efforts
OLYMPIA – A retirement tsunami is on its way, and when the “gray wave” hits the Washington State Department of Transportation in the next few years it stands to take away hundreds of current employees.
Up to 42 percent of the agency’s workforce may retire by the year 2022, based on the number of employees who will be eligible for partial or full benefits by that year. Of these, 20 percent will be eligible for full retirement by 2022 and are considered probable to retire. Both outlooks highlight the need for increased outreach to potential employees to ensure the agency is staffed to meet the needs of the traveling public, according analyses in WSDOT’s latest quarterly performance report, the Gray Notebook.
The publication, which summarizes the quarter that ended March 31, also includes annual articles on active transportation, travel information and wetlands-protection efforts. Highlights include:
- People walking or bicycling accounted for 22 percent of all statewide traffic fatalities in 2017.
- The number of @wsdot_traffic Twitter followers increased 37.5 percent from about 330,000 to more than 452,000 between in April 2017 and March 2018.
- WSDOT added six new wetlands- and stream-mitigation sites on 33 acres in 2017 to help off-set construction work that affected the environment.
To learn more about WSDOT’s performance or to review “Gray Notebook 69” or its condensed “Lite” version, visit WSDOT’s Accountability website.
Manson teacher selected as North Central ESD Regional Educator of the Year
- Written by Janice Stewart
Matt Brown, Manson High School’s music teacher has been selected as the Regional Teacher of the Year. Nine ESD’S regions across the state each select one teacher to be considered for the State Teacher of the Year.
Mr. Brown will compete against the other eight nominees with the winner announced in September of 2018.
Todd Smith, Manson Middle School Principal, wrote in his nominating letter: “Matt Brown is a consummate professional and whether he is honored with this award or not, he will continue to provide outstanding instruction and, indeed, a visionary presence for students who will become better human beings for having learned the art of musicianship.” We could not agree more.
Congratulations and best of luck to Mr. Brown!