Attached is the agenda for the Oceanside Neighborhood Association meeting at 10 a.m. Saturday, August 2, 2014, in the community club. All residents of Cape Meares are invited to attend this meeting.
Tillamook County Commissioner Mark Labhart and Public Works Director Liane Welch will make a presentation on the Cape Meares Loop Road alternatives to relocate it. This is an important discussion. We’d like to have a quorum so that the ONA can add its voice to the Federal Highway Administration and our congressman to promote this vital project. Please attend.
The community of Cape Meares is being invited to this meeting because its livelihood is also affected by Cape Meares Loop Road.
Also we’ll discuss possibilities for getting a cell tower placed in Oceanside so that emergency calls to 911, for example, can be made more easily.
The CMCA held their first Cape Meares Lake Regatta on Saturday, July 26, 2014. Below are pictures that were taken at the event. Double-click on any of the pictures to see an enlarged version of the photo.
At the May CMCA meeting Keith Johanson indicated several local Tillamook churches would be supporting the efforts of 24 college students to raise money for cancer research and asked whether the Cape Meares community residents would like to join in the fund-raising event by providing a potluck lunch for the riders plus another 10 support staff when they arrive in Cape Meares at approximately 10 AM on August 6. The response from those who were attending the meeting was most positive.
Join us for the Summer CMCA Picnic at Merilee Sommers’ house: Enter at 6860 Bayocean Rd
3:00 PM–Leisure boating practice—wear water or sailing gear
4:00 PM–Lawn games, including croquet, Bocce Ball, volleyball and frisbee
5:00 PM–Potluck: Bring your cooler and BYOB too. One BBQ is available if you want to cook meat to share.
6:00 PM–Regatta on Cape Meares Lake—bring your boat, paddle board, canoe or kayak & life jacket…or a chair to watch
7:00 PM–S’Mores, sponsored by CMCA
Later, watch the sun set over the lake.
All donations for the day will help fund our Volunteer Firefighters. Come say thank you for their dedication to us.
Questions: Call Merilee at 503-842-8600 or email@example.com
David Nordman, Oceanside Water District operator, announced the successful repair of a broken water pipe in Cape Meares. Repair was completed by approximately 10 AM today, July 11.
Portions of Cape Meares were without water for approximately two hours when water had to be turned off.
David reports that the it will take a bit of time to restore full pressure to the highest elevations in Cape Meares due to the low level in the reservoir, but as the tank fills the pressure will return.
David Nordman, the Oceanside Water District operator, was notified last night that the old reservoir was only at three feet and the higher elevation homes in Cape Meares had no water. David went out investigating and found a large leak on the corner of 12th and Bayocean road.
Pictured above is the work crew for day three of the residing project for the Cape Meares Community Center. Randy Klobas who is heading this phase of the work had Olli Ollikainen and Pete Steen helping him attach shingles to the new addition and Scott Gordon invited along several of his colleagues from Dealers Supply Company to assist with the the siding effort. As a side note, Dealers Supply Company is where siding supplies and the shingles were obtained. Scott helped us obtain the high quality shingles at a special reduced price. Thank you, Scott.