There will be a Lake Wenatchee Community Meeting on July 29, 10 AM, at the Lake Wenatchee Rec Club to discuss current and future forest health and forest management projects in the Lake Wenatchee area.  Projects to be discussed include the Weyerhaeuser proposal on the south shore as well as future projects on US Forest Service property.  The WA Department of Natural Resources will discuss the current Weyerhaeuser proposal and the Forest Practices permit rules and process.  The US Forest Service will discuss the upcoming Lake Wenatchee Pilot Project in Lake Wenatchee, Big Meadow, Beaver and lower Chiwawa areas.  There will also be staff from Cascadia Conservation District and others available to discuss upcoming fire adapted communities work and TREX training.  Please join us for this discussion.  For questions, call Mike Kaputa, Director, Chelan County Natural Resource Department,  at (509) 670-6935.

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The Chelan County Commissioners will hold a special meeting at 1:30pm, July 26, 2017 at 400 Douglas Street Room #1, Wenatchee, WA. Of concern and to be specifically discussed is the South Shoreline of Lake Wenatchee. Based on the existing development, a change of designation for this area will be recommended. Discussion for this area is expected to be which designation is the best fit for the current and future uses. Other areas will also be addressed including the Wenatchee River, Brae Burn and Fish Lake.

The process for reviewing designations will include a review of new information and original criteria used for the Inventory and Analysis Report. In some areas, this may result in a detailed discussion and in others a more general discussion. The agenda is intended to guide discussion and may be modified.

This is important to property owners-  the designation assigned your property can have significant impact on the uses allowed of your property.

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Yard sale donation storage full-

 The LWFR Auxiliary will not have an August drop-off day for yard sale donations. Due to the great response our containers and storage are full.  The next opportunity for donation drop-offs will be the Friday of Labor Day weekend. Thank you everyone for your support!  We’re looking forward to another great Yard Sale!!

Chelan County Assessor Meeting Write Up

By: Ed Martinez:
About 50 local property owners, mostly North Shore area folks, met with Chelan County Assessor Deanna Walter at the fire station at Lake Wenatchee on July 19th to discuss, ask questions and voice opinions on the significant increase on property valuations recently issued by the Auditor.

Ed’s write up is published on our Facebook Page for your comments.

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Delays on US 2 near Bering

(UPDATE. THE BLOCKAGE WAS JUST CLEARED AT 3:40 AND TRAFFIC IS MOVING)
12:50 PM Thursday:  We’ve just been advised by one of our locals that a piece of highway construction equipment has tipped over off US 2 about 6miles East of Bering causing lengthy delays both ways. I don’t see anything currently up on the DOT website about it………

Free sports physicals August 1st

 Cascade Medical and Cascade School District have teamed up to offer free sports physicals, 4-7 p.m. Aug. 1, at Icicle River Middle School. First come, first served. No appointment necessary.

Sports physicals are required for all middle school and high school athletes before the first practice. Students must be enrolled in Cascade School District. Please bring a parent/guardian and wear gym clothes. If parents cannot attend, bring a signed pre-participation form available at cascademedical.org. Students who have potentially serious medical conditions will be referred to their primary care provider.

This event is possible thanks to the volunteer efforts of parents, nurses, family practice providers and school district staff. Can’t make it Aug. 1? Schedule a sports physical with your primary care provider or call Cascade Medical at (509) 548-3420.

 

 Introducing the new Upper Valley Free Nurse Community Clinic.   Terri Weiss, RN, of Upper Valley MEND, will host a free walk-in clinic every first Thursday, 4-6 p.m., at The Pantry in Plain, next door to Plain Community Church, starting Aug. 3. Her mission is to provide:

  • Surveillance and monitoring of chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity and mental health conditions
  • Assessment and triage of non-emergent medical, dental and health conditions
  • Referrals to appropriate medical, dental, behavioral health and alternative providers
  • Assist with acquiring medical insurance coverage

For more information, call Terri at 206-795-1888.

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