The Oceanside Water District is pleased to announce the availability of a website for all residents who receive their water services from the District.
The CMCA Board is interested in receiving feedback from Cape Meares residents regarding issues related to the community. We have already been doing this in a number of ways. We have informal conversations with community residents about the work of the Board. Quarterly public meetings are scheduled and open to residents to attend and offer input. The Board has also posted online surveys seeking information before actions are taken.
Saturday, September 20, 2014, 12-3 PM
Cape Meares Schoolhouse
At The Newly Shingled Community Center There will be a brief awards ceremony
for outstanding contributions
to the community
Barbecue/Bountiful Dishes/Bubbly Beverages
And Entertainment Featuring
Betty and Steve Moss
(for whom we will pass the proverbial hat)
Potter, Carole Friedman w/ Pots 4 Sale
Bring a dish to share, some coin to spare
and kick back with another great party.
A special dessert will be provided
so lean toward sides or pasta if in doubt.
Liane Welch, Direction of Tillamook County Public Works, was recently notified by the Federal Highway Commission (FHC) that the $18.2 million option of building a by-pass around the slide area on the Loop Road had been denied. This option was the preferred solution by both Public Works and by the three Tillamook County Commissioners.
First, a reminder of the August Quarterly CMCA meeting on Saturday, August 9, 10 AM, Community Center. An agenda was previously sent regarding the meeting. A lite luncheon of gourmet prepared food by local residents will be served following this meeting for anyone interesting in staying.