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The Seaside police department is expecting to get a few calls from concerned citizens today about some loud blasts.  The department sent out a text message via their nixle system this morning. "Please be advised there will be construction blasting noise in an area approximately 1.25 miles east of the Seaside Airport today, between 10 and 2 p.m. Seaside Police and dispatch are aware of this taking place."  

Citizens can sign up for email and text notifications HERE

Clatsop County Manager Scott Somers squashes a rumor that he  is seeking employment elsewhere. KAST News has confirmed that Aaron BeMiller, Clatsop County Budget and Finance Director has resigned.


Wednesday morning a waterline break caused Irving Avenue to washout just east of 19th St. According to the city engineering department spokesperson Cindy Moore most of the north traffic lane is now gone at the washout location. The street was scheduled for closure in August to replace the aging bridge at that location.


Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici and Congressman Rodney Davis (R-IL) today introduced a bipartisan resolution supporting the whole child approach to education.

"The whole child approach recognizes the importance of having every child in every school be healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. As a long-time supporter of a well-rounded education and a member of the Committee on Education and the Workforce, I'm proud to be leading this effort with Congressman Davis," Congresswoman Bonamici said.


A judge on Monday accepted Clatsop County Clerk Maeve Grimes' request to set aside the results of the May 20 election for the board of commissioners District 5 seat and set a new vote for Sept. 16.

Grimes formally contested the results of the contest between candidates Dale Barrett and Lianne Thompson after the discovery of a balloting error involving almost 500 county voters.


The Oregon Office of the State Fire Marshal, acting in its role as the State Emergency Response Commission, announced today that reports received from railroad companies on the movement of Bakken crude oil through Oregon are now available to the public. The agency announced last week that it would provide the reports through the OSFM website.


Oregon State Police (OSP), ODOT and local emergency responded to the scene of a minor injury crash involving three vehicles on Highway 26 near Rippet Lane between the Highway 26 junction and Seaside Tuesday afternoon. The crash tempor arily blocked the highway.


At the previous meeting city councilor Drew Herzig asked if the real estate agency marketing city excess properties was getting more that the 6% commission on sales they had agreed to in an exclusive contract with the city. Monday night public works director Ken Cook told the council that there was a change that senior management was not aware of that gives Area Properties a minimum guarantee of $1000.00 on every sale. The city has been accepting some low offers on those properties.


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