The North Mason Community Voice will be hosting a public forum with the candidates for Commissioner of Public Lands on Monday, June 27 in partnership with Mason Web TV and Hood Canal Communications at THE HUB FOR SENIORS, 111 NE Old Belfair Hwy, Belfair starting at 7:00 PM. The forum will be moderated by Joel Myer, who is also Public Information and Government Relations Manager of our local Public Utility District 3.
Sunny weather means it’s time to beware of heat stroke, sunburns and paving scams.
When the weather warms up in Washington and around the country, traveling contractors go door to door, offering home and business owners a “good deal” to pave driveways with leftover asphalt from another job. They use high-pressure sales tactics and look legitimate with work crews and business signs on their trucks.
Sheriff Casey Salisbury hosted members of Mason County Search and Rescue as well as local emergency room doctor, Dr. Dean Gushee, at the monthly Sheriff’s Breakfast held at the Little Creek Casino. Mason County Search and Rescue members were being recognized for their recent re-certification and Dr. Dean Gushee served as key note speaker talking about his experiences as medical support on a National Geographic expedition in Antarctica. Continue reading Sheriff Recognizes Search & Rescue at Monthly Breakfast→
On July 1, 2016 MTA will be opening a general public parking area in Belfair, located at 320 NE Roy Boad Road, behind Safeway. Mason Transit Authority (MTA) is leasing the property from Northridge Properties, LLC, for a period of three years and will have the option to continue the agreement on a month-to-month basis following the three year term. The parking area will serve as a temporary location for local area residents and commuters to park until MTA completes construction of a permanent park and ride in Belfair. Continue reading MTA Opens Public Parking Area in Belfair→
Sheriff Casey Salisbury invited attendees of the monthly Sheriff’s Breakfast held at the Little Creek Casino to gather shortly afterward at the Shelton High School track to walk a lap in honor of Steve Ellyson and his wife, Lucy, who recently lost their battles with cancer. Continue reading Sheriff Invites Colleagues to Walk a Lap for Steve→
Consumer firework sales across the state will begin at noon on Tuesday, June 28 and continue until 9:00 p.m. on July 5. State Fire Marshal Charles M. Duffy reminds residents to “know the laws before purchasing and discharging fireworks,” and “only purchase legal fireworks.” This year 867 retail fireworks stand licenses were issued. Continue reading Fireworks Sales Begin June 28th→
The City of Shelton has delayed the final paving of Pioneer Way and Lake Boulevard due to technical issues. A news release from the City says the paving has been tentatively rescheduled for July 11th, 12th and 13th.
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