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LEGAL SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 98-573 AMENDING THE 1998 BUDGET FOR THE CITY OF PATEROS, WAS HINGTON. The full text of this ordinance is available upon request from City Hall at 509- 923-2571. Pub. Nov. 26, 1998 Notice of Application And Public Hearing NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THIS DAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1998, to all agencies and interested parties that the City of Bridgeport has re- ceived a variance application dated November 06, 1998 and deemed com- plete on November 17, 1998 from Dennis J. Sullivan, Bridgeport, Wash- ington requesting to build a carport on the property line located at 924 Co- lumbia Avenue. According to 17.56.020, BMC (Bridgeport Munici: pal Code) setbacks are established to be 20 feet from front property lines and 15 feet from side property lines.A variance process is appropriate for re- quest of exemptions to these set backs. Pursuant to sections 19.02.02 and section 19.02.040 BMC, and Chap- ter 19.03 BMC, written comments on this proposal may be submitted to the City of Bridgeport, P.O. Box 640, Bridgeport, WA 98813, but must be received by December 23, 1998 at 4:30 P.M. for consideration. Pursuant to section 4.02.090, BMC and WAC 197-11-800(6)(B) adopted by reference this project Proposal has been determined by the City to be exempt from State Environment Policy Act (SEPA) Review. A public hearing will be held at a regular meeting of the Bridgeport City Council on December 23, 1998 at 7 P.M. in the City Council Cham- bers at Bridgeport City Hall located at 1206 Columbia Avenue. A copy of the application, including any docu- ments and evidence relied upon by the applicant and applicable criteria are available for inspection at no cost at least ten (10) calendar days prior to the heating and copies will be pro- vided at the applicant's cost. For ad- ditional information please contact Jean Hardie at (509) 686-4041. Pub. Nov. 26. 1998 Quad City Herald L GAL NOTIC S NOTICE OF EQUAI,IZATION THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE METHOW-OKANOGAN "RECLAMATION DISTR1CT WILL MEETAT4:00 EM. ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1998 AT THE OFFICE OF CUSTOM APPLE PACKERS TO EQUALIZE THE WATER AS S ES S MENT ROLL FOR THE YEAR 1999. CELESTE BUSH, SECRETARY BOARD OF DIRECTORS Pub. Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 1998 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN The Board of Directors oft he Brewster Flat Irrigation District will meet at 1:30 p.m., December 11 al the office of the Irrigation District to equalize the water assessment for the year of 1999. Pub. Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 10, 1998 NOTICE OF FINAL BUDGET HEARING A final budget hearing for the Town of Mansfield will be held Tuesday, December 8, 1998 in Ihe City Hall at 7:00 PM to afford citizens the op- portunity to provide written or oral comments on the 1999 budget. Cop- ies of the budget may be obtained from the City Clerk. Pub. Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 1998 NOTICE OF ELECTION THE METHOW-OKANOGAN RECLAMATION DISTRICT WILL HOLD AN ELECTION ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1998 FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING TWO DIRECTORS FOR ATHREE YEAR TERM. THE POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM 8:00A.M. UNTIL 5:00 P.M. ATTHE OFFICE OF CUSTOM APPLE PACKERS. ANY WATER USER WHO IS QUALIFIEDAND WISHES TO RUN MAY ACQUIRE A DEC- LARATION OF CANDIDACY FROM THE SECRETARY, CELESTE BUSH. THESE MUST BE RETURNED TO THE SECRE- TARY BY 5:00 P.M. DECEMBER 11, 1998. CELESTE BUSH, SECRETARY BOARD OF DIRECTORS Pub. Nov. 26, Dec. 3, 1998 Quad City Herald has been approved as a legal newspaper by an order duly made and entered in the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Okanogan County, on the 7th day of August, 1941 ; and in the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Douglas County, on the 3rd day of June 1952. Notice: Announcement of Draft NPDES Permit to Discharge to State Waters Permit No.: WA-002100-8 Permittee: Brewster Wastewater Treatment Plant 603 South 5th Street Brewster, WA 98812 has applied fora National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 90.48 Revised Code of Washington, Chapter 173-220 Washington Administrative Code, and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act as amended. Discharge consists of up to 418,000 gallons per day of treated municipal wastewater to the Columbia River. All discharges will be in compliance with the Department of Ecology's Water Quality Standards. Tentative Determinations The Department proposes to issue a permit to the above listed applicant to discharge to public waters subject to certain effluent limitations and special permit conditions. These proposed determinations are tentative. A final determination will not be made until all comments received pursuant to this notice have been evaluated. Public Comment and Information Interested persons are invited to submit written comments regarding the proposed permit. All comments must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on Decem- ber 26, 1998 (within 30 days of the date of publication of this public notice) if they are to be considered in the formulation of final determinations regarding this proposed permit. Send comment, s to: Washington State Department of Ecology Central Regional Office 15 West Yakima Avenue, Suite 200 Yakima, Washington 98902 Attention: Rick Frye Pt|blicalion dale of this Notice is November 26, 1998. If the comments received indicate significant public interest in the pro- posed permit, or if useful information could be produced thereby, the director may hold a public hearing. Public notice regarding any hearing will be circulated at least 30 days in advance of the hearing. The application, draft permit and fact sheet, and related documents are available upon request and are also available for inspection and copying weekdays between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. To obtain a copy or arrange to view copies at the Central Regional Office, call or write Rick Frye at the address above. Please bring this public notice to the attention of persons who you know would be interested in this matter. Ecology is an equal opportunity agency. If you have special accommodation needs, contact Rick Frye at (509) 575- 2821 (Voice) or (509) 454-7673 (TDD). Pub. Nov. 26,1998 The oldest map known is a clay tablet found in Iraq. Made about 2300 B.C., it probably shows a man's estate In a valley. lafl_C.LHflmld___ . N.o.yflmber 26:1998 The Washing1 State Patrol c00ffers Page 11 the following c riving tips for holiday travel The recent whether condition across most of Washington's passes reminds us all of the problems associated with winter driving, in particular as you prepare to travel to visit friends and family over this holiday ,season. Here are a few tips to help you and yours make it safely to your deslina- lion. Before leaving home, first con- sider if the trip is necessary. Call to get up to date road and weather information. For pass conditions you may call 206-DOT-HIWY. [206- 368-4499 } if you are in the greater Seattle area, or toll-free state wide at 1-888-SNO-INFO [ 1-888-766- 4636]. Make sure your vehicle is in good condition. Check the fluid levels including a full tank of gas. Use an antifreeze type washer fluid. Your tires should meet approved traction tire requirements and be in good condition. Notify those you are going to see when you depart, and your expected arrival time. Inform them if you are de- layed. Plan to leave early, allow- ing yourself extra time for unex- pected weather conditions. Allow your vehicle to properly warm up to avoid poor cold engine perfor- mances, or having it stall. This will also ensure your windows are corn pletely defrosted. You may need chains. Do not hesitate to chain up when condi- tions first warrant--you do not want to become stuck and tllen have to put them on. To safely avoid passing motorists pull well off the road when putting on the chains. Take a pair of gloves to keep your hands warm and dry and a tarp to lie on if necessary. Above all, be sure the chains are the proper size, and that you are familiar with how to put them on. There are oilier items you should carry with you as well. A shovel could be useful to dig your ve- hicle oul, or to throw sand around a tire to regain traction. Flares can be used to warn motorists, but know how to use them. You always should carry a first aid kit, keeping its contents supplied. If you became stuck in the snow try to avoid running the vehicle for warmth. The snow build up can create conditions that could lead to carbon monoxide poi- soning. Instead, use a blanket to bundle up in. A cell phone, a gallon of fresh water, food, ex- Ira warm clothes and boots could all come in handy in emergency situations as well. Beadefensivedriver. Slowdown posted speed limited are for ideal road conditions. Drive with your lights on 24 hours a day. your driving actionssteeriug, accel- eraling and braking should be gradual to avoid losing control of your vehicle. Leave additional space between you and the vehicle you are following. Remember added stopping distance is required when road conditions are slick, and having four-wheel drive will not improve that stopping distance. Anticipate other vehicles being unable to stop or sliding out of control. Avoid changing lanes when there is snow on the ground as the ruts can cause you to lose control of your ve- hicle. When approaching overpasses, be cautious as they are usually the first to freeze. Finally, always wear your seat belt. We have lots of sup.pries to get you going! Quad C,ty Herald ;= 525 W. Main Ave., Brewster dc. .,/, 689-2507 qllP " Hurry before out of o New Subscriptions Only! NAME: ADDRESS: CITY, STATE, ZIP: Send or drop off at the Quad City Herald P.O. Box 37, 525 Main Avenue, Brewster, WA. 98812 (509) 689-2507 Fax (509) 689-2508 ,, ......... Good thru December 4, 1998 Okanogan Co. & Quad City Area .... $13.00 REGULAR $18.00 , Out of County ..................................... $17.00 REGULAR $22.00 Out of State ........................................ $22.00 REGULAR $27.00 Quad City H