Roadway Safety—We Are All Responsible

by Valerie Goree, Contributing Writer

Allan Kiesler, chair of the Village Council’s Roadway Safety Committee, presented an extensive and informative review of the proposals made to Jefferson County’s Department of Public Works. As mentioned in the board meeting summary, you can view the whole presentation on the website, plvc.org. If you are a concerned resident of Port Ludlow, I highly recommend you check it out.

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Port Ludlow Village Council

Board Meeting Summary

by Sally Franzel, PLVC Board Secretary

At the January 7, 2021 Port Ludlow Village Council  meeting the following reports were given:

Diana Smeland—President, Port Ludlow Associates
At approximately 7:00 a.m. on January 5, 2021, Olympic Water and Sewer Inc. (OWSI) discovered a bypass at the wastewater plant. The plant had been experiencing extremely high flows due to an excessive amount of rain in a short period of time. Approximately 50,000–70,000 gallons containing a mix of storm water and wastewater had bypassed into Ludlow Bay during the night. Upon discovery, the flow was immediately diverted which stopped the bypass, and the appropriate government agencies were notified.

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