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Clean Water Public Meetings

Mason County invites you to attend one of three upcoming Clean Water public meetings.  The purpose of the meetings is to share information about a proposed Clean Water Program and potential funding options for managing the county’s water resources.
 

The meetings will be held:
 
Tuesday, June 7th  12:00 – 2:00 pm Mason County Public Works
100 W Public Works Drive
Shelton, WA  98584
     
Wednesday, June 8th 5:30 – 7:30 pm Hoodsport Fire Hall
331 North Finch Creek Road
Hoodsport, WA  98548
     
Thursday, June 9th  5:30 – 7:30 pm    Theler Community Center, Blue Heron Room
22871 NE State Route 3
Belfair, WA  98528
     
 

At the June meetings we will:

  • Share what we heard from residents and property owners during Open Houses held December 2010
  • Describe what a Clean Water Program might look like, and what it might cost
  • Describe potential ways to fund a Clean Water Program
  • Share next steps and schedule
  • Hear your thoughts on program priorities and funding
 

The June meetings are the second in a series of public outreach opportunities the county is undertaking to explore long-term program and funding needs.  In December 2010, Mason County hosted four Open House meetings to begin the public dialogue.  Over 200 people either attended, sent letters, emails or postcards to share their thoughts on how to manage Mason County’s water resources.  Those attending the Open Houses also identified flooding, erosion, and water quality problems on maps.

Additional meetings are anticipated in November 2011 and spring 2012.


For more information, please contact Loretta Swanson, Mason County Public Works, at 360-427-9670 extension 769.