EYE ON JEFFERSON: Sustainable forestry program topic at county meeting

The three Jefferson County commissioners will hear a presentation on the sustainable forestry program from Malloree J.Weinheimer, of Chickadee Forestry, when they meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday.

To join the meeting go to https://zoom.us/j/93777 841705. To view the meeting live go to www.co. jefferson.wa.us and follow the links under “Quick Links: Videos of Meetings-Streaming Live.” To listen only call 1-253-215-8782 and enter access code 937-7784-1705#.

Public comments emailed to publiccomment @co.jefferson.wa.us will be included in the minutes, but no longer read aloud during the meeting; comments may still be made via Zoom or telephone.

Commissioners also will hear a COVID-19 update from Dr. Tom Locke, county health officer.

Items on the consent agenda include a July 26 hearing date for the second quarter budget appropriations; meal, supply and sundry and night monitoring services for temporary residents at the county fairgrounds, $600,000 for the affordable housing project at Seventh and Hendricks streets, a periodic review of the shoreline master program and $748,497 for pedestrian/bicycle improvements to state Highway 116 and Cedar Avenue.

The full agenda can be viewed at www.co.jefferson.wa.us by following the link under “Quick Links: Videos of Meetings-Streaming Live.”

Port Townsend city

The Port Townsend City Council will conduct a hearing on the six-year transportation improvement plan when it meets at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The council also will consider an engineering contract to update the wastewater comprehensive plan.

To view the meeting live, go to www.cityofpt.us/citycouncil/page/agendas minutesvideos. To join the meeting, go to www.join webinar.com and enter the webinar ID 578-066-435. To listen only, call 360-390-5064 and use access code 942-105-283#.

Submit public comment emails to be read aloud (up to three minutes per person) to publiccomment@cityofpt.us.

The full agenda can be viewed at www.cityofpt.us/citycouncil/page/agendas minutesvideos.

Public Utility District

Jefferson County Public Utility District commissioners will hear a presentation on meters from FCS Group consultants at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

The commissioners will discuss the residential arrears collection plan, and interlocal agreement with Mason County PUD #3, construction rates for electricity, broadband rates and will continue their review of low income water rates.

To join the meeting, go to www.zoom.us/my/jeffco pud or call 833-548-0282, meeting ID 4359992575#.

The full agenda and meeting packet is available at https://jeffpud. communitybydiligent.com/document/.

Fire District 3

Clallam County Fire District 3 commissioners will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Station 34, 323 N. Fifth Ave., Sequim

Masks must be worn by attendees who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

To view the meeting live, visit https://us02web.zoomus/j/81348589902?pwd=YjB0MHdicytaNVM4c nFGVkN4TG1rQT09.

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

Cemetery commission

The Gardiner Community Cemetery commissioners will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday.

The public meeting will be held downstairs in the Gardiner Community Church, 1040 Old Gardiner Road.

The public is invited to attend.

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