Meeting time: 5:30 PM;
Location: 5585 Lotto Avenue
Wastewater plan Determination of Nonsignficance.The District had determined that adoption of its amended wastewater treatment facility plan and implementation of initial phases of the plan would not have a significant adverse environmental impact. This Declaration of Non-significance is open for public comment until May 30.
The SEPA Environmental Checklist: is available here
Lou moved to Freeland in 2003 with his wife, Emyle, and has been active in the community
since arriving. His 20-year consulting career in data processing focused on development of
accounting systems for the U.S. and international mutual and hedge fund industries.
He is an avid fisherman and enjoys boating and exploring the west.
Eric Hansen has served as a district commissioner for approximately 10 years. In his day job, he is an environmental consultant focusing on air quality issues.
He and his family have lived on Whidbey Island since 1988. He enjoys rowing, sailing and music.
John Brunke is a registered professional electrical engineer with over 40 years of experience
in high voltage transmission and electric utility planning.
John and his wife Chelle moved to Freeland in 2005 when John retired. Since then he has been a part time consulting engineer. John loves life, painting, gardening, hiking with his dog, fishing, and especially his wife Chelle. They have travelled the world and continue to enjoy exploring new places. They also enjoy sailing their boat with their friends.>
What few know about John? He has a black belt and was a Tai Chi instructor.>
Freeland Water and Sewer District 2015 Water Quality Report
Harbor Hills 2015 Water Quality Report
Gray & Osborne engineers have amended the 2005 comprehensive sewer plan.
The Amendment No. 2 plan is available here
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