- Council Meeting – May 20, 2014 at 6:30 PM at Town Hall.
- Preservation and Review Board – May 28, 2014 at 6:30 PM at Town Hall.
- Civil Service – June 5, 2014 at 2:00 PM at the Community Center
- Planning Commission – June 9, 2014 at 6:30 PM at Town Hall.
Council Future Agenda “Look-Ahead” Issues:
Copies of the Agenda and staff reports are available at all Town facilities once published. The Agenda and Council meeting minutes are posted to the Town’s official website.
Construction in Town and Safety Measures:
Town staff and the various contractors have erected signs, barricades, and other safety devices alerting the public to the work. Please adhere to the notices/restrictions. If you see someone moving or not adhering to the safety measures, please notify staff.
Confidential Document Shredding Event:
The Town of Steilacoom in partnership with LeMay Mobile Shredding will be holding a confidential document shredding event on Saturday, May 17th, from 9 AM to Noon at the Steilacoom Public Works Facility located at 1030 Roe Street. Each Town of Steilacoom resident may bring up to two file boxes or three grocery bags of documents. Please do not bring plastic bags, DVDs or other items that will jam the shredder. The event is free, however, non-perishable food items and cash donations will be accepted and appreciated in support of the We Love Steilacoom Food Pantry.
A list of confidential document shredding events can be found on the website for the
Washington State Office of the Attorney General under “Upcoming Events – Shredding
Oral Board Panel:
An oral board for entry level candidates is scheduled for June 9th. Successful candidates, once certified by the Civil Service Commission, will be added to the ongoing certified list.
Congratulations to PSO John Derig and his wife Christin on the birth of their son Parker. John will be taking some time off to be with his family.
PSO Feleppa was injured in the line of duty and will be off for approximately the next 30 days.
PSO Webb is currently on military duty and will return in approximately two weeks.
Sequalish Street Project;
On the lower section, curbs were installed. Paving is scheduled for next week on both sections with a final lift on the upper section and both lifts on the lower section, weather dependent.
Lafayette Street Project:
WSDOT scheduled their walk-thru inspection for June 5th. Federal funding was obtained for a portion of this project so WSDOT must sign off on the complete project prior to acceptance.
Streets and Storm:
The crew focused on right-of-way maintenance (right-of-way mowing and street sweeping) and spraying. Additionally, we continued our annual traffic count program.
The crew performed work along Sequalish Street in conjunction with the Town’s reconstruction project, moving primary and secondary wires. The crew also repaired a transformer damaged by a hit and run in the Madrona area and conducted a small planned outage to replace a transformer that contained high PCBs.
Last Friday’s unplanned power outage was related to faulty wire on Second Street between Champion Street and Martin Street. The wire was repaired, however, this line will need to be replaced in a future project..
The crew completed the final inspection of the sewer main extension in the 2200 block of Lafayette Street, repaired a water service at 65 Puget Drive, completed quarterly water quality testing as required by the State, and worked with the School District on the sewer line serving the 1918 building.
Parks and Grounds:
The crew focused on mowing the parks, activating sprinkler systems, and applying herbicides.Print This Post