JEFFERSON COUNTY OUTREACH MEETING 20171125 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

JEFFERSON COUNTY OUTREACH MEETING 20171125 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

Jefferson County Outreach Meeting
Monday, Dec 4, 6pm, Beach Club

  • Meeting Called to Order by -Kathleen Kler, BoCC Chair
  • Welcome, Introductions -Chair Kathleen Kler
  • Quick Snapshots of County News -Elected Officials
  • County Budget Demystified – a quick flyover -Philip Morley, Co. Admin.
  • Round Robin Conversations: Talk with your elected officials -All Attendees
  • Reports from Round Robin Conversations -Elected Officials
  • Wrap up & Thanks -Chair Kathleen Kler
  • NOTICE OF ADJOURNMENT – on or before 9:00 p.m.

JEFFERSON COUNTY PUD HEARING MEETING NOTICE 20171013 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

JEFFERSON COUNTY PUD HEARING MEETING NOTICE 20171013 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

JEFFERSON COUNTY PUD HEARING / MEETING NOTICE

The Jefferson County Public Utilities District (PUD) has scheduled some special hearings/meetings regarding our electric utility service. Here are two upcoming events to bring to your attention. The PUD Board of Commissioners will discuss and accept public comment at each of the meetings below. Both will be held at the Jefferson County Fire Department, 9193 Rhody Drive, Chimacum. Limited parking at the Fire Station. Carpooling is strongly encouraged.

Smart Meter Installation Plan
Monday, October 30th, 5pm

Proposed 2018 Electric Rate Increase
Wednesday, November 1st, 5pm
For more information, go to www.jeffpud.org

Provided by Russ Michel
PLVC Utilities Committee Chair

CANDIDATE PROPOSITION FORUMS 20171003 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

CANDIDATE PROPOSITION FORUMS 20171003 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

REMINDER CANDIDATE/PROPOSITION FORUMS
Monday, October 9, 2017 5:00 p. m. to 7:00 p.m. Bay Club – Port Ludlow

Hospital Commissioner
Bruce McComas and Cheri Van Hoover

Housing Levy – Proposition One
Bruce Cowan and Jim Scarantino
Tuesday, Oct 10, 2017
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Tri-Area Community Center – Chimacum

Port of Port Townsend Commissioner
Brad Clinefelter and Bill Putney

Chimicum School Board
Wilma Hackman and Jack McKay

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CANDIDATE FORUM 20170917 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

UPCOMING CANDIDATE FORUMS: PORT LUDLOW AND CHIMICUM

There are two local Candidate Forums scheduled for the month of October. On October 9, 2017 the Port Ludlow Village Council (PLVC) will host candidates for the Hospital Commissioner race and the Proposition 1 Levy (affordable housing). This Forum will be held at the Bay Club, 120 Spinnaker Ln. in Port Ludlow beginning at 5:00 p.m. and ending at 7:00 p.m.

The candidates for Hospital Commissioner, Cheri Van Hoover and Bruce McComas will discuss their points of view and address written questions from the audience as well as answering questions from the moderator.

Bruce Cowan will represent the proponents of the Prop 1 Levy and Jim Scarantino will present the Jefferson County Republican Central Committee’s (JCRCC) argument against Prop 1. Both speakers will address written questions from the audience as well as answering questions from the moderator.

On October 10, 2017, The League of Women Voters (LWV) is hosting a Candidate Forum for the Port of Port Townsend Commissioner District 2 and the Chimacum School Board, Position 5. The Forum will be held at the Tri Area Community Center, 10 W. Valley Road, Chimacum from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Brad Clinefelter of Norland is the incumbent Port Commissioner (Dist. 2) and Bill Putney of Port Hadlock is the challenger.

Jack McKay, Port Ludlow and Wilma Hackman of Port Hadlock are running for the
Chimacum School Board Position 5.

EM PREP WORKSHOP SERIES 20170826 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

EM PREP WORKSHOP SERIES 20170826 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

PORT LUDLOW RESIDENCES
REGISTER TODAY!

Emergency Prep Workshop Series for Vulnerable People The Port Ludlow Village Council Emergency Management Committee (PLVC-EM) will host STEPUP, a two-part “Special Training in Emergency Preparedness for Unique People”, on Monday, September 18, fro m 1pm-4pm, at the Beach Club, and 1pm-4pm, Wednesday, September 20, at the Bay Club. Unique people in this context are those with disabilities, Senior Citizens and the vulnerable population.

Deb Reithmeyer, Program Coordinator for Jefferson County Department of Emergency Management (JCDEM), will facilitate the two-part workshop that will cover many unique topics, including sheltering in place, caring for your service animal or pet during a disaster, compiling your important documents prior to a disaster, among other related topics.

STEPUP is sponsored by the JCDEM and offered free of charge. However, seating is limited at both venues, so please pre-register today with Deb at dreithmeyer@co.jefferson.wa.us or 360-344-9728 so she knows how many people to expect. There will be a drawing for a Stuffed Grab and Go Backpacks at each session, but you must be present to win.

HOME FUND LEVY 20170719 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

HOME FUND LEVY 20170719 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

Proposed Jefferson County Home Opportunity Fund Levy

The PLVC is encouraging all property owners in the Port Ludlow Master Planned Resort to attend the Monday, July 24, 6:00 p.m. Jefferson County Commissioners public hearing at the Jefferson County Court room at 1820 Jefferson Street, Port Townsend. This meeting is to discuss a proposed affordable housing levy to be placed on the November 7, ballot. Information about the reasons for levy will be presented and comments from the public will be solicited.

The levy proposed is $0.36 per $1,000.00 of assessed property value and is anticipated to end in seven years. As a property owner in Port Ludlow with an estimated home value of $326,000.00 (Zillow.com, 06/07/17) this would cost the average Port Ludlow homeowner $117.00 annually or $820.00 over the seven years.

You can find information on this proposed levy at www.homesnowjefferson.com as well as the July 12 and 19, 2017 Port Townsend Leader.

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CORRECTION HOME FUND LEVY 20170719 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

Proposed Jefferson County
Home Opportunity Fund Levy

Correction: Please forgive the typo, here is the correct URL www.homesnowjefferson.org

The PLVC is encouraging all property owners in the Port Ludlow Master Planned Resort to attend the Monday, July 24, 6:00 p.m. Jefferson County Commissioners public hearing at the Jefferson County Court room at 1820 Jefferson Street, Port Townsend. This meeting is to discuss a proposed affordable housing levy to be placed on the November 7, ballot. Information about the reasons for levy will be presented and comments from the public will be solicited.

The levy proposed is $0.36 per $1,000.00 of assessed property value and is anticipated to end in seven years. As a property owner in Port Ludlow with an estimated home value of $326,000.00 (Zillow.com, 06/07/17) this would cost the average Port Ludlow homeowner $117.00 annually or $820.00 over the seven years. You can find information on this proposed levy at www.homesnowjefferson.org as well as the July 12 and 19, 2017 Port Townsend Leader.

CRIME AWARENESS PROGRAM AT THE BAY CLUB 20170622 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

CRIME AWARENESS PROGRAM AT THE BAY CLUB 20170622 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

CRIME AWARENESS PROGRAM July 10, 2017 3:00-5:00pm Bay Club 120 Spinnaker Place

In late May there was a serious day time break-in of a Port Ludlow home. Many valuable items were lost however no physical harm occurred. Since that incident many residents have expressed safety concerns and this program is designed to give an update and provide useful safety/security information. The program speaker will be Deputy Brian Peterson of the Jefferson County Sheriffs Office. Deputy Peterson has done a number of these programs and is very knowledgeable and helpful.

Topics will include:

  • Home security
  • Doors
  • Lights
  • Alarms
  • Notifications of travel
  • Neighborhood Watch ideas
  • Telephone and email scams
  • What to do if home looks broken into
  • Personal safety at home and away

This is an important program that is designed to provide current information on safety and security. There will be plenty of time for questions/answers. Please tell your friends and neighbors so we can all have great information to continue making Port Ludlow a safe environment.

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Log for 6/19/17: Click here.

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS GUIDE AVAILABLE 20170606 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS GUIDE AVAILABLE 20170606 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS GUIDE AVAILABLE

Jefferson County’s “THINK-PLAN-DO! REPEAT” is now available on the PLVC website and can be accessed by clicking HERE:

This guide covers what to do now to prepare for an emergency event with checklists and suggestions. In addition, it gives step-by-step instructions on what to do when an event takes place. Topics include water storage, utility shut-offs, food, sanitation, out-of-area contacts, and resources to local, state and federal resources for more detailed information. Efforts are underway to obtain copies of the printed Guide, but in the interim, copies are available to review at the Bay and Beach Clubs. You are encouraged to review the online Guide today to start the process of getting prepared.

Bill Dean, Acting Chair
Pat Lohrey, South Bay Coordinator
Ginny Munger, North Bay Coordinator
Emergency Management Committee