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Update!

Progress Report from the Slide Mitigation Committee

FEMA LINK

John Pennington of Snohomish County Emergency Management attended our April 19 MIR board meeting to help us understand what benefits we may qualify for. It still may be possible for owners, renters, and the community as a whole to get help. Mr. Pennington stressed to us that we should go to the FEMA website: http://www.disasterassistance.gov and log in and go through the processes outlined on the website.

 

Slide has worsened!

April 6, 10:40PM When properties are lost, it is a game changer. Please visit http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ to see if you qualify for some relief, especially all you folks who were recently red tagged on Falls Place. We would love to hear from any of you who have had contact with FEMA and what you have learned. 

Parking at landslide

Please do not park at the top of the first switch back. This area is for EMERGENCY USE ONLY. If people park there, it could be a hindrance to emergency response and we will be forced to use barriers again. Tom Grenier

County Proclamation of Emergency

  

 

 Snohomish County Executive Office

John Lovick (425) 388-3460 County Executive FAX (425) 388-3434 MS #407 3000 Rockefeller Avenue Everett, WA 98201-4046

LOCAL PROCLAMATION OF EMERGENCY SNOHOMISH COUNTY

FOUND: one brass key

This afternoon (March 24th) at about 5 or 6pm, I found a brass key in the middle of the road at the base of Sunset Falls. Email me at blynnekelly@msn.com with what is engraved/imprinted on one side or if you think it might be yours, and you can have it back. 

Report to the Community

1PM March 30: At last Saturday's meeting there was overwhelming support for a bridge solution. A lot has been accomplished this week. Permitting is underway and final engineering drawings have been ordered for the bridge itself and also for the abutments. Our goal is to have all drawings submitted to Snohomish County for the bridge construction permit before our next meeting on April 5th. Access from the north side of the bridge to Highway 2 is being put together and friendly talks with our neighbors in G section are progressing. We are putting together the final details for costs of the Acrow bridge and costs for the bridge construction contractor.

ROAD UPDATE

6:30PM March 19: It looks like we will be able to begin work on the trail tomorrow, 3/20/14. I will be meeting with the land owner in the morning and we should be able to get started shortly after, hopefully by 11am. The first phase will be constructing the wooden ramp that will get us up off the road and onto the bank where we will begin the log crib that will be filled with gravel. We have some 3"x10" decking in the grader shed that will make great stringers for the ramp and we a

Important stuff

Please review the meeting minutes for information about what happened in a board meeting. Click on "Board Meetings" on the left navigation bar, and then choose "Minutes". 
All 12 board members are responsible for road maintenance (see bylaw 4.1). If you have questions or concerns about the road, please do not hesitate to come to a board meeting or contact a board member.
New rules:
1) Due to the confined space of our meeting room, and all the bodies we have to fit into it, please REFRAIN from wearing perfume and cologne to the meetings. Since flu season is not over yet, please also be very careful to cover your mouth and nose and basically keep all cooties to yourself - or even better, keep them at home.
2) Anonymous postings will be removed from this website. You are accountable for the information you post here. One exception: if you have a "Found" listing in the Lost & Found forum.

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