This is a reminder of the upcoming Tillamook Coastal Futures Project public workshop on Thursday, May 28 from 6 – 8 pm at the Officer’s Mess at Port of Tillamook Bay, 6687 Officer Row. The web link to the OSU Envision site provides additional information.
OSU Envision Website
This is an important event with possible implications for future land use planning not only in Tillamook County but all coastal areas and those experiencing flooding events.
One of the requirements of a 501(c)(3) association is to file an Annual Report. Since CMCA achieved this status last September, your Board members prepared a report for residents to review. This is a “Draft” document and will be approved at our August meeting. If you have questions or wish to offer comments please contact any of the Board members listed in the document.
ANNUAL REPORT (2014)
Residents are invited to attend the Annual Meeting of the Cape Meares Community Association on Saturday, May 9, 10 AM, Community Center.
We hope you will be able to join the CMCA Board for this meeting.
Below please find links to the agenda and the minutes of the February 21, 2015 CMCA meeting that will need to be approved.
Special thanks to the 18 Cape Meares residents who assisted with the Spring Clean-up at the Cape Meares Community Center on Saturday, April 25. Weeds were pulled, bark dust spread, shrubs trimmed, benches sanded to prepare for staining, and barbecue cleaned.
Continue reading Spring Clean-Up Day
Tsunami safety in the Cape Meares area has been improved recently through the efforts of numerous persons and agencies in the county and state. Over the next week, two location signs will be installed, one at the 4th Street and Bayocean Road (beach parking lot), and one at the Bayocean Spit parking lot.
Continue reading Tsunami Signs
The Tillamook County Board of Commissioners scheduled a workshop on Thursday, April 9, at which time they considered a request from the Cape Meares Community Association Board to change the zoning of the Bayocean Spit from RM (Recreation Management) to RN (Recreation Natural).
Continue reading All Aboard–The Train is Leaving the Station
No, this is not a request for a donation. Instead it’s an appeal for you to attend a workshop meeting of the Tillamook County Board of Commissioners (BOC).
When: Thursday, April 9, 2015, 3-5 PM
Where: Tillamook County Court House,
Conference Room B
At the March 28 Cape Meares Potluck residents of the community enjoyed good food and conversation and also had a chance to bid adieu to one of the long-time residents, Merilee Sommers.
Continue reading Residents Say Goodbye to Merilee Sommers
The sign announcing activities for Cape Meares needed to be updated because the address for the website was incorrect so the decision was to also add the new CMCA logo to the sign.
Continue reading Updated CMCA Sign
“The Next Tsunami” (check out link!) explores how we know what we know about plate tectonics, the science of earthquakes and tsunamis generally, and the Cascadia Subduction Zone in particular.
Continue reading Local Geologist comes to Manzanita