Jefferson County Public Health and the Department of Emergency Management will hold a vaccination clinic in the parking lot at Sunrise Coffee at 308 10th St. from 3 PM-7 PM, Friday, June 25.Continue reading “Vaccination clinic at Sunrise Coffee on June 25”
Jefferson County Public Health and the Department of Emergency Management will hold a free vaccination clinic at the Port Townsend Farmer’s Market on Tyler Street, Saturday, June 26 from 10 AM-1 PM.Continue reading “Two vaccines offered at PT Farmers Market on Sat., June 26”
(Adapted from the Jefferson Country website)
Jefferson Country has a disposal site for hazardous waste in the Port Townsend Boat Haven.
It is called “The Moderate Risk Waste/Household Hazardous Waste Facility.” The County has a comprehensive program for dealing with leftover hazardous wastes such as lawn and garden products, fuels, paints, and many other items identified as being household hazardous waste, also termed “moderate risk waste.”Continue reading “Jefferson County Hazardous Waste Disposal Site”
by Bill Dean, Emergency Management Committee Chair
The Beach and Bay Clubs have been the designated Emergency Management Communication Centers for as long as anyone can remember. What would happen if either or both of those facilities were unavailable, under water, or blocked by trees fallen on the access roads after a disaster? Both clubs are at relatively low elevation above the water level of the Bay and could be at serious risk if the water level rose.Continue reading “Emergency Management Redundancy”
Financial Advisor Rick Smith of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Port Ludlow has earned the professional designation of accredited asset management specialist. He recently completed a course of study offered through the Denver-based College for Financial Planning.
The program enhances investment professionals’ understanding of asset management and allocation strategies. A code of ethics is also part of the required curriculum. Smith’s office is located at 9526 Oak Bay Rd., Port Ludlow.
John and Sue Laird, co-managers of Tri-Area Food Bank, have announced plans for returning to a pre-pandemic grocery-store model, as a friendlier approach for clientele. To minimize Covid-19 exposure for the past year, clients have received a weekly pre-packaged bag of groceries. While this practice has helped hungry neighbors, it has not been considered ideal.Continue reading “Food Bank Looks to Grocery-Store Setting”
by Bartholomew Clark, SBCA President
Upcoming SBCA Annual Meeting – Date of Meeting Changed to July 28, 2021Continue reading “South Bay Community Association (SBCA) Update”
Life care planning can help you to remain independent and protect your assets. Richard Tizzano and Tony Hinson will walk you through the legal issues on Tuesdays, July 6 and 20, at 11:30 a.m. Topics will include health care, Medicare and Medicaid, long-term care insurance, maintaining quality of life, aging in place, preserving wealth, estate plans, and supplemental needs trusts.Continue reading “Practical Life Care Planning and Estate Planning”
Beginning Tuesday, July 6, Jefferson County Library (JCL) will be open 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Computers are being moved back into the main library area and will be available for use during all hours of operation.Continue reading “Library Offers New Evening Hours and New Summer Programs”
by Brian Belmont, General Manager
As we move into July, I am hopeful that Jefferson County will be transitioning to Phase 4 of the State’s reopening plan very soon—if it hasn’t happened already. Once we are in Phase 4, I expect that the LMC Board of Trustees will open more of the Beach Club facility to our members and possibly their guests also.Continue reading “Update From the Manager”