The Astoria Senior Center and the Loaves and Fishes program have joined to ask the City of Astoria to sponsor an application for a substantial community block grant that would see the center refurbished and upgraded and convert the basement of the building into a new home for the Loaves and Fishes program.
Under a state mandate, the city of Astoria continues work to separate storm-water run off from the sewer system. Called the "CSO Separation" project, it has been handled in construction phases over a number of years. The next big phase runs through some of the towns busiest streets and looks to be a substantial piece of work. Dubbed the "11th Street" CSO project it will actually involve a number of streets in the downtown area.
Bob Gross, President of the Seaside Rotary Foundation, presented a check for $2,000 to Maureen Casterline, co-chair of the "Food4Kids" Seaside program, and Al Peinhardt, treasurer, to introduce the Food4Kids effort in Gearhart. Maureen and Al are also members of the Seaside Rotary Club.
Helping needy local families have a happier Chrismas has been a labor of love for Astorian Barb Roberts for 20 years. The Wishing Tree and Christmas Basket program has been around since 1982 and for most of that time Barb has organized volunteers, engaged local businesses and handled the public outreach to help tell the story. The results are wonderful.
The final plans for the long awaited Garden of Surging Waves have been completed and the site for the Chinese cultural centerpiece is ready after completion of the new vaulted sidewalks taking in the corner of 11th and Duane. Monday night the Astoria City Council will consider next steps proposed by staff to bid out the construction contract that would see the beginnings of Heritage Square with the construction of the garden feature.
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Monday in a case that affects logging road construction and how water runoff is handled.
Currently the runoff is considered to be like water running off a farm field.
The Washington State Patrol reports that a 54-year-old Seaview man was killed as he was standing in the road on SR103 eight miles north of Long Beach and was struck by a pick-up heading south.
Pacific Financial Corporation announced today that its Board of Directors has declared a cash dividend of $.20 a share to all shareholders of record as of December 14, 2012, payable on or before December 28, 2012.
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