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The following is a summary of the presentation during the Public Health briefings at this week’s Board of County Commissioners meeting made by Jefferson and Clallam County Public Health Officer Dr. Allison Berry. Spokespeople from Jefferson Healthcare joined tto address the meeting. Also Willie Bence, Director, Director of Emergency Management, gave a report. The summary was provided by and used with the permission of Jefferson County Government.
Today on Brewocracy Now KPTZ host Tim Quackenbush and City Manager John Mauro discussed the following topics: Potential tree removal on Sims Way; the City’s role in attracting new businesses to address vacancies; the status of the stop light at Taylor and Water Street; City Council Salary Commission; permits for public demonstrations, and a change to the email address for submitting questions – please submit questions to [email protected] and include “Brew Now” in the subject line.
(Airdate: September 16, 2021) Sitting in for Missy Nielson while she is on sabbatical, Cliff Moore cover’s Missy’s program Everybody Can with a lively, informative, and important community conversation with Andy Stockton. Andy is a Volunteer Staff Member of the Jefferson County Department of Emergency Management where he leads planning efforts to prepare for a “mass casualty event”. He also is a community leader for the American Red Cross serving the South Puget Sound Area. Andy shares ideas about how your household can prepare for an emergency and links to volunteer opportunities for residents of Jefferson County.
(Reprise airdate: September 15, 2021) Nature Now encores an interview with Dr. Kirk Johnson, Sant Director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History from October, 2019. Join Debaran Kelso as she talks with Dr. Johnson about the unique geology of the Pacific coast of North America. (Part 1 of a two part program)