The Kahler Glen Community Association is soliciting applications for the position of General Manager.

The General Manager will be KGCA’s primary contact for all inquiries from residents, business partners, and outside vendors. To provide technical applications, financial management, license and required governmental reporting, job and project scheduling, project status, inventory control, maintenance planning and facilities systems administration for all common areas and KGCA-owned property. Supervise KGCA staff.

Base Salary: $42,500 to $50,000 for forty-hour week
Additional Compensation: Cell phone allowance, business mileage reimbursement, two weeks paid vacation

Minimum Qualifications
Education and Experience
• High School degree and preferred minimum of 2 years of college or 5 years of equivalent experience in facilities or resort management.
• Adequate operational skills of equipment, finance, accounting, filing regulated requirements.
• Proven customer service experience, written/verbal communication skills required.
Skills and Aptitudes
• Position requires patience and the need to be sensitive to owners, business partners and guests needs while having a strong ability to manage sometimes negative situations.
• Ability to multi-task on a variety of levels.
• Must have above-average computer skills, and ability to learn new software quickly and thoroughly.

If you wish to receive a more detailed job description or submit a resume, please submit your request/resume to: Mr. Rex Lund, President, Kahler Glen Community Association, at

The Chelan County Department of Community Development has submitted to the Planning Commission a revised draft of proposed changes to the Chelan County Code regarding regulation of short term/vacation rentals.  The Commission will consider this proposal at it’s meeting on October 23rd. The  draft proposal in it’s entirety can be can be viewed at

 Travelers coming over Stevens Pass through the weekend should be aware of the possibility of winter driving conditions at or near the summit from today through Sunday. See the Pass forecast at

Camera found in Plain………

A camera has been found in Plain, possibly left behind or lost during the Moonlight Music Fest late this summer. If you think it might be yours, call Grahame at 509-670-3796 and describe the camera to him to  claim it.

We are so Lucky… 911 and 5 minutes later

Just a quick word of thanks to the professionals and volunteers of Lake Wenatchee Fire and Rescue.  A neighbor took a nasty fall off a ladder this morning and it took about 5 minutes for aid to arrive on the scene after calling 911.  Thank You all.

WRI Beaver Project field trip; Nov 1st

 Wenatchee River Institute  Wenatchee River Institute   The Wenatchee River Institute in Leavenworth will conduct a field trip featuring their beaver project  9AM to 2PM on Friday, November 1st. Watch and help to set up a mock beaver trap, see where the beavers are held and visit a few beaver relocation sites around the valley! Trout Unlimited and WRI bring together this unique opportunity to learn about our valley’s local beaver project. For more information go to

Found Grey Cat on N Shore

This friendly grey kitty was found on the beach on N Shore today.  If you know who own’s it please contact.  Amy McDonald at


Lots of smoke……………..

The Forest Service has been doing a number of prescribed burns in the area, the largest of them on the West slope of Natapoc Ridge, that has put a lot of smoke into the area for several days. This picture was taken Thursday, Oct 10th.  This is no doubt kind of a nuisance but that’s the worst of it-  this is cleaning up a lot of fuels that could give us a real problem fire in July or August.

Control Burn on Natapoc Ridge

The Forest Service has been working a control burn of 140 acres on Natapoc Ridge.  The photo was taken on Tuesday evening by Ross Williams looking East towards the State Park Beach from North Shore.  Natapoc was thinned a couple of years ago.

Chelan County Commissioner Bob Bugert will hold his monthly public meeting with constituents at 9AM Friday, October 11th, in the conference room at Beaver Valley Lodge.  This is the first building immediately South of Plain Grocery. Bob will be accompanied to this meeting by Erin McKay of the Chelan County Department of Natural Resources. Current issues pending with the County include the federal governments proposal to re-introduce grizzly bears to the Cascades, regulation of short-term/vacation rentals and combatting homelessness. Come on down with questions or comments.

 76 percent of Chelan County residents currently  have access to the PUD broadband/fiber network. Committed to making the service available to 85-90% of the population, the PUD is hosting a series of public meetings to determine where next to expand the system. The first of these meetings will be held  4:30 PM to 6PM Tuesday, October 8th, at the Leavenworth PUD office at 222 Chumstick Highway which is behind the Fire District 3 station.

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