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JEFFERSON COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT

205 W. Patison St., Port Hadlock, WA 98339 – Phone (360) 385-4105

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                    CONTACT:  JCCD  385-4105

 FORESTLAND AERIAL SPRAYING

             Jefferson County forest landowners and managers will be applying herbicides on their property by helicopter this summer, starting between August 6thth and 17th and completing before September 15th.  Dates of actual application are dependent on weather and project scheduling.  The herbicides that may be used include one or more of the following: Rodeo, Glyphosate 5.4 ( glyphosate ), Oust Extra, SFM Extra ( sulfometuron methyl & metsulfuron methyl ), Transline ( clopyralid ), Opensight ( aminopyralid ), Rotary 2 SL ( imazapyr ). Surfactants will also be added to increase the spray efficiency.

Sites of the aerial spraying are scattered through east Jefferson County.  The spraying is considered necessary for conifer release, to control vegetation that competes with tree seedlings effecting their growth and survival, and site preparation prior to winter tree planting. Notification of adjacent neighbors is being done by the companies involved, normally by phone or house calls.  The spraying will be conducted by a low-flying helicopter which releases spray through multiple, calibrated nozzles.

The spraying personnel are regulated by the Washington State Dept. of Agriculture and the spraying itself is regulated by the Dept. of Natural Resources.  Spraying is contingent on low winds to prevent drift.  All streams and wetlands will be buffered as per the tables found in Forest Practices Rules Chapter 222-38 WA Administrative Code (WAC).  There will be no application to flowing or standing water.  The companies involved make every effort to ensure the spray strikes only the areas targeted.

A monitoring program coordinated by the Jefferson County Conservation District has been in place since 1985.  A voluntary agreement was drawn up between the County and forest land owners/managers regarding aerial application procedures.  The overall intent of the agreement is to notify the public about the chemicals involved, and when and where the spraying will occur.

A vicinity Map of the spray areas will be posted at the Conservation District office (205 W. Patison St., Port Hadlock. 360-385-4105) and website (www.jeffersoncd.org), and the County Commissioners office at the Courthouse.   Click for: Vicinity Map of project

 

 

NOTICE:

BIDS FOR: NAYLOR CREEK FFFPP CULVERT REPLACEMENT PROJECT 

THIS PROJECT: Will be Re-advertise in Late October-November for a December 5th 2018 bid opening. 

  205 W. PATISON STREET HADLOCK, WA  98339

The following documents will be revised in October 2018

Revised:  6/14/18 BID INFORMATION AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

*   Addendum #1    6/14/2018

*  Revised Bid form: 6/14/2018

BRIDGE CROSSING DESIGN

Vicinity Map

List of Plan Holders

 

NOTICE OF 2018 ELECTION AND APPOINTMENT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a poll-site election for a Board Supervisor seat on the Jefferson County Conservation District will be held on March 7, 2018, at 205 W Patison Street, in Port Hadlock, Washington.  Polls will open at 3:00 p.m. and close at 7:00 p.m.  Registered voters who reside within the Conservation District boundary are eligible to vote.  Candidates must be registered voters residing in the Conservation District, and may be required to own land or operate a farm.  The candidate filing deadline is February 7, 2018, at 4:00 p.m.  Election procedures are available at the District office.  Absentee ballots are available upon request for eligible voters, and must be requested on or before 4:00 p.m. on February 14, 2018.  Please contact the District office at 360-385-4105, or at 205 W Patison Street, in Port Hadlock, Washington, for absentee ballots or if you have any questions.  The District office is open Monday through Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a Board Supervisor seat on the Jefferson County Conservation District is available for appointment by the Washington State Conservation Commission.  Conservation District Board Supervisors are public officials who serve without compensation and set policy and direction for the Conservation District.  An applicant must be a registered voter in Washington State, and may be required to own land or operate a farm.  Applicants for appointed positions do not have to live within the Conservation District to apply.  For more information, or to obtain an application form, please contact the Jefferson County Conservation District or visit the Conservation Commission website at http://www.scc.wa.gov/.  Applications for appointed seats, and supporting materials, must be received by the State Commission no later than March 31, 2018.

 

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