PLVC ELECTS DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS 20171007 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

PLVC ELECTS DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS 20171007 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

PLVC ELECTS DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS

The following were elected to the Board of Directors and the Annual Meeting on
October 5, 2017:

Paul Hinton
Pat Page
Caleb Summerfelt
Phyllis Waldenberg
Paul Wynkoop

And the Directors elected the following as officers:

Bill Dean – President
Tam McDearmid – Vice President
Pat Page – Secretary
Paul Wynkoop – Treasurer

Click on the following link to review the see the: PLVC Year in Review It summarizes the many and varied activities of the Council during the past year.

CANDIDATE FORUM 20170917 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

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.

PLVC CANDIDATE SUMMARIES 20170808 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

PLVC CANDIDATE SUMMARIES 20170808 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

PLVC Board of Directors Candidate Summaries

Although the election is not until October 5, ballots will be arriving in the mail during the first week of September. It is requested that residents return their ballot to the Bay or Beach Club as soon as possible. Below are brief biographies of our neighbors who have volunteered to be on the Board.

  • Paul Hinton moved here from California after an extensive flying career with U.S. Air Force, American Airlines and Boeing. He was involved in flying, management and training. He also has a law degree and practiced as a trial attorney.
  • Pat Page is from California but moved here from the Azores off Portugal. Her professional background was with the National Association of Music Merchants, promoting music in public schools and assisting her daughter and husband in family businesses.
  • Caleb Summerfelt is currently on the PLVC board and is running as an incumbent. He grew up in Port Gamble and is currently the CIO and Director of Acquisitions for a fabrication/engineering company.
  • Phyllis Waldenberg moved here in 2003 from Seattle but her roots are in Montana. Her professional experience is in interior design, real estate development, marketing and sales. She has owned two houses in Port Ludlow and served on the Teal Lake Village board.
  • Paul Wynkoop arrived from Oregon but hails from Western Pennsylvania. Experiences as a musician in the U.S. Navy were followed by an extensive career in human resources both in the private sector and the Air Force reserve. He has significant volunteer experience in such organizations as Boy Scouts, United Way and Rotary, among others.

These candidates will join Bill Dean and Tam McDearmid as elected board members along with Randy Deering and Gil Skinner, appointed by virture of their positions as president of the LMC and SBCA. The current board of directors are quite pleased with the caliber of community residents whom have stepped up to serve. “This slate combines strength from the past coupled with new ideas from a wide range of experiences and geographies,” according to PLVC Vice President, Tam McDearmid.

JEFFERSON COUNTY CANDIDATE FORUM DETAILS 20161003 EMAIL CAMPAIGN

JEFFERSON COUNTY CANDIDATE FORUM DETAILS 20161003

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS DIFFERENT FROM PLVC ANNUAL MEETING THE FOLLOWING DAY.

JEFFERSON COUNTY
CANDIDATE FORUM
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5TH 2016
6-9PM AT THE BAY CLUB

What is the format of the evening?
Two segments – one for PUD and one for Commissioners
*Separated by a short break

Moderator will introduce the candidates.
Candidates will make 5-minute opening statements.
Moderator asks them questions you want answered (might think about these beforehand).
All candidates in a segment will answer each question.
Candidates providing answers to questions will be the major focus of the evening – each
candidate will be asked to answer each question.
There will also be opportunity to ask questions from the floor, especially follow-up questions.
Let’s ask candidates some thought-provoking questions.

So, how is this going to work?
3×5 index cards will be available at the door – write out questions you would like the
candidates (either PUD or County Commissioner candidates) to answer.
Fill out as many cards as you have questions, one per card.

Deposit cards in the receptacles marked PUD or County Commissioner on table before sitting in audience.

Moderator will ask these questions of the candidates during the Q & A section. We hope you’ll join us for an enlightening evening!