EYE ON CLALLAM: Commissioners to discuss EOC

Port Angeles City Council to act on changes to the Public Safety Advisory Board


The virtual work session can be viewed at www. clallam.net/features/ meetings.html.

The proposed facility in west Port Angeles also would house the Peninsula Communications dispatch center and a westside fire station.

County Undersheriff/Emergency Management Director Ron Cameron will brief commissioners on the proposed multi-use facility Monday. Port Angeles Police Chief Brian Smith and Fire Chief Ken Dubuc are scheduled to brief the Port Angeles City Council on the same project Tuesday.

Other agenda items for the county work session include:

• An agreement with the state Department of Ecology for a stormwater project.

• A discussion on Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding.

• A Peninsula Area Public Access (PAPA) update and funding request.

• A resolution appointing Bob Dunlap and Mike McEvoy to the Homelessness Task Force.

• A 1 p.m. discussion on a Clallam County administrative development plan.

Commissioners will conduct their weekly business meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

Action items include:

• An agreement with K&H Printers for printing and mailing of 2020 general election ballots.

• An agreement with Environmental Science Associates regarding the Shoreline Master Program.

• A bid opening for the Sekiu Airport Road sewer repair project.

• A resolution appointing Colleen Robinson to the Peninsula Housing Authority Board of Commissioners.

• Notice that supplemental appropriations and a budget reduction will be adopted Sept. 29.

• A call for Sept. 29 hearing for consideration of debatable budget emergencies.

Port Angeles city

The Port Angeles City Council will conduct a second reading on proposed changes to the Public Safety Advisory Board at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

For viewing options and instructions for making public comment, visit the city’s website at cityofpa.us.

The regular meeting will begin at 6 p.m. Other agenda items include an update on the proposed Emergency Operations Center, 9-1-1 dispatch center and westside fire station.

Action items for council consideration include:

• An adjustment of plat alterations and vacations.

• A contract for an F Street Substation electrical switchgear upgrade.

• A contract for a sodium hypochlorite generation system for the city’s water treatment plant.

Sequim city

The Sequim City Council will review the process for filling a council vacancy when it meets at 6 p.m. Monday.

The public can hear meetings online at sequimcity sept14 or by calling 253-363-9585, conference ID 604 405 822#. Written public comment can be sent to smcmillon@sequimwa.gov and will be distributed to the Council prior to the meeting.

Council member Troy Tenneson resigned in August.

The council also will discuss engineering standards and private streets, an agreement with the state Department of Transportation for obligation of federal funds and hear an annual report form the Sequim Police Department and a report on annual crime statistics.

Forks city

The Forks City Council will conduct a public hearing on a proposed capital improvement plan at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The plan and information about the virtual meeting can be found on the city’s website, forkswashington.org.

The plan was prepared to address capital improvement needs for city facilities from Jan. 1, 2021 through Dec. 31, 2027, according to a hearing announcement.

Written comments addressed to the Forks City Council will be accepted until 4 p.m. Monday.

Olympic Medical Center

Olympic Medical Center commissioners will hear a financial update when they meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

To hear the meeting, call 360-417-8444. The conference ID is 456805#.

Clallam Transit

The Clallam Transit board will consider a teleworking policy when it meets at 10 a.m. Wednesday. To join the meeting, call 253,215-8782 and enter the meeting ID 858 1027 6869. Public comment can be submitted to boardclerk@clallamtransit.com or mailed to Clallam Transit System, 830 W. Lauridsen Blvd. The board also will consider a Transit advertising program award.

Public Utility District

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners will receive a presentation on the district’s strategic planning at 9:30 a.m. Monday.

The special meeting can be viewed on links provided at clallampud.net/commission-meetings.

The plan will include future power supply options and recent Clean Energy Transformation Act (CETA) legislation and its impact on the utility,

Board of Health

The Clallam County Board of Health will hear updates on COVID-19 and the COVID-19 Social Distancing Center at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.

The virtual meeting can be viewed at clallam.net/features/meetings.html. Other agenda items include the operations and maintenance of onsite septic systems.

Fire District 2

Clallam County Fire District No. 2 commissioners will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.

To join the meeting, go to firedistrict2sept15. To listen only, call 253-215-8782. The meeting ID is 432 908 1371. The password is: 502502.

No agenda was available Saturday.

Fire District 3

Clallam County Fire District 3 commissioners will meet at 1 p.m. Tuesday.

To join the meeting, go to firedistrict3sept15 . To listen only, call 1-877-853-5247 toll-free. The meeting ID is 812 0476 6363. The password is 545521. No agenda was available as of Saturday. The district covers the east side of Clallam County with a small portion in Jefferson County.

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