EYE ON CLALLAM: Flooding expenses topic of public hearing

Meetings across Clallam County

The Clallam County commissioners will conduct a public hearing on expenditures related to flooding when they meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

Most Tuesday business meeting items will be previewed at a work session at 9 a.m. Monday.

The meetings can be viewed on a live stream at www.clallam.net/features/meetings.html. To participate via Zoom video, go to www.zoom.us/j/875561784, by Zoom audio only, call 253-215-8782.

The meeting ID is 875 561 7844 and the passcode is 12345.

The debatable emergencies related to flooding that will be the topic of the public hearing include $2,000 in additional Public Works Department payroll, $25,000 for emergency cleanup for the Sheriff’s Office and $10,000 for overtime.

Commissioners also will acknowledge the receipt of the final redistricting plan.

They will consider $21,000 to Black Ball Transportation Inc. for the COVID-l9 Vaccine Marketing Campaign.

Other agenda items are:

• An agreement with the Department of Commerce for a Violence Against Women STOP grant.

• An agreement with Environmental Systems Research Institute for $95,400 to upgrade geographical information systems.

• A proposal concerning affordable housing 2060 funds.

• A consolidated contract between the state Department of Health and Clallam County Health and Human Services.

• An agreement with Tacoma-Piece County Health Department for access to online food worker card training services.

• Resolutions regarding grant applications for the Dungeness Off-channel Reservoir project.

• Resolutions related to increased funding limits for child care services under the American Rescue Plan Act.

• Several appointments to advisory boards and committees.

• A call for a public hearing regarding the shoreline master program review set for 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 11.

The meeting agendas are posted at www.clallam.net/features/meetings.html.

Public comment can be sent to [email protected].

Counties’ association

The Washington State Association of Counties will hear a weekly update on COVID-19 when they meet at noon Monday.

Both Clallam and Jefferson counties will participate.

To attend the meeting, register with the association at www.tinyurl.com/PDN-CountiesMeeting.

To listen only, dial 1-253-215-8782 and enter meeting ID 960 9132 0845#.

The association will also discuss current and emerging issues facing counties across the state.

Board of Health

The Clallam County Board of Health will hear a presentation from the overdose fatality review committee when it meets at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The meeting can be viewed on a live stream at www.clallam.net/features/meetings.html.

To join the meeting, visit www.zoom.us/j/93573435754.

To listen only, call 253-215-8782 then enter meeting ID 935 7343 5754 and passcode 095863.

The board members also will hear an update on COVID-19, an update on Blackball Ball Transportation Inc. and a presentation on homelessness funding programs.

The full agenda is posted at www.clallam.net/hhs/publichealth/boh_minutes.html.

Port Angeles city

The Port Angeles City Council will hear a second reading of proposed land use code revisions during a regular meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

To join either meeting, visit www.cityofpa.us/live-virtual-meetings or www.tinyurl.com/PDN-CityCouncilMeeting.

To listen only, call 1-844-992-4726 and enter access code 2552 239 9856.

Public comment sent to [email protected] will not be read during the meeting but will be entered into the meeting record.

The full agenda can be viewed at www.cityofpa.us/583/meetings-agendas.

Quillayute Valley SD

The Quillayute Valley School board will hear a report on the Spartan Stadium replacement project when it meets at 5:30 p.m. today.

The meeting will stream at www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2xTz4ssuVA.

The full agenda is posted at www.www.qvschools.org/Page/1745.

Fire District 3

Clallam County Fire District 3 commissioners are expected to approve the strategic plan when they meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Station 34, 323 N. Fifth Ave., Sequim.

Masks must be worn by anyone attending regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.

To view the meeting live, visit www.tinyurl.com/PDN-FireDistrict3Meeting.

To listen only, dial 1-877-853-5427 and enter meeting ID: 868 5240 5153 and password: 912707.

The district covers the east side of Clallam County with a small portion in Jefferson County.

The full agenda is posted at www.tinyurl.com/PDN-FullAgenda.

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