The Shelton Downtown Vision Plan walking audit and public workshop held on April 11 proved a huge success. In part to better accommodate the growing public interest in this project, the next meeting is scheduled for June 13 at 8:30 a.m., at the Shelton Civic Center, located at 525 W. Cota Street. This meeting will include facilitated group and table discussions to develop the vision and goals of the Plan, including design strategies, implementation tools, and funding opportunities.
Rep. Drew MacEwen, R-Union, has opened a district office in Belfair. The office will serve as a local resource for constituents in need of assistance with state government.
“I am excited to once again have an office in our community,” said MacEwen. “I believe people deserve elected officials who are accessible and responsive to their needs. I’m looking forward to helping folks navigate state government and listening to their concerns and ideas to strengthen our community.”
Ben Fraser of Fraser Metal Works was presented an Award of Appreciation at the Sheriff’s monthly Law Enforcement Breakfast held at the Little Creek Casino Friday, May 29, 2015. Fraser’s business was recognized for their fabrication of a specialized piece of equipment for the Mason County Regional S.W.A.T. Team.
SPLASH Calls on Community to Help Fund Local Pool Maintenance Needs
In a much applauded agreement last month, Mason General Hospital and the Shelton School District committed to jointly operate the Shelton High School pool facility thus preventing the facility from closing at the end of the current school year.