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  • Natural Disaster Training – Seaplanes Visit Sudden Valley

    On Saturday, May 15th, the Washington Seaplane Pilots Association will hold a collaborative exercise with the  South Whatcom Fire Authority and other agencies to investigate how best to utilize seaplanes in the event of a natural disaster for lake side communities like Sudden Valley. The event will be held at the Sudden Valley Marina beach area, next to the Dog Park, between 11:30 a.m. and 4:00 pm and will include at least 5 sea planes. The Dog Park will still be open for normal use; please just be aware and cautious of the training efforts taking place.

  • Lake Whatcom Management Work Plan and Public Comment Process

    The Lake Whatcom Management Program 2010-2014 Work Plan is now available for review. A new format was adopted for this five-year work plan in order to present the tasks in a clearer, more detailed format and to improve accountability. The City of Bellingham and Whatcom County will submit this work plan to the Department of Ecology as the initial phase of the TMDL response strategy. An opportunity to submit comments is being held during a 30-day public comment period. All comments should sent to the Lake Whatcom Management Program by May 21st, 2010.

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  • Interim Status of the Mailbox Task Force – April 9th, 2010

    In 2005 members voted for a four year assessment to provide cluster boxes to all Sudden Valley properties. The amount was based on the cost of cluster boxes, necessary address changes to eliminate duplication of street names, and the estimated cost of preparation for the boxes and parking areas. Now in 2010, these costs have increased for the following reasons: cluster box costs have risen, road prep has increased with the cost of asphalt, and we are being required to add regular and large package boxes at each site that weren’t originally planned. More…

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