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Last updated 7/19/2023 at 10:34am

Notice is hereby given that the Town of Elmer City has adopted the following Ordinance.

• Ordinance 375: Defining public nuisances and declaring certain conditions, places, and things to be a public nuisance and prohibiting the same, providing for the abatement thereof and providing penalties and repealing Ordinances No. 181 and all Ordinances in conflict therewith. Passed July 13, 2023.

Copies are available at: or at

City Hall located at

505 Seaton Ave. Elmer City.

City Hall is accessible to the handicapped.

Kelly Ross Clerk/Treasurer 509-633-2872.

(Publish July 19, 2023)

City of Coulee Dam

Public Notice



Ordinance 808 – an ordinance amending salaries and wages for officers and employees for the calendar year 2023 and repealing ordinance no. 803.

Ordinance 809 – an ordinance amending the 2023 budget as adopted in Ordinance No. 806.

Full and complete copy of the above ordinances are available by contacting City Hall during normal business hours.

Stefani Bowden

Clerk / Treasurer

(Publish July 19, 2023)

Nespelem School District No. 14

FY2023-24 Budget Hearing


Notice is hereby given that Nespelem School District No. 14 will hold their FY2023-24 Public Budget Hearing as part of their regular monthly Board Meeting.  The Directors will meet on Monday, July 24, 2023 at 6:00pm in the district office conference room and by zoom for the purpose of adopting this budget for next fiscal year. Any person may appear at this time and be heard for or against any part of the budget.  By order of the Board of Directors. 

(Publish July 12 and 19, 2023)

GCD School District 301J

Budget Hearing Notice

Notice is hereby given that the Grand Coulee Dam School District 301J will hold a public budget hearing to review the 2023-2024 budget at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 25, 2023. Regular board meeting to follow.

(Publish July 12 and 19, 2023)

Midterm Vacant

Supervisor Position

The Okanogan Conservation District Board of Supervisors are authorized under RCW 89.08 to fill vacant elected positions. Albert Roberts, District Auditor, passed away on April 9, 2023. The Okanogan Conservation District Board of Supervisors does hereby resolve the following:

The Board of Supervisors position previously held by Albert Roberts is hereby deemed vacant effective immediately.

The vacant position will be open for applications beginning at 8:00 AM on July 20, 2023, and running continuously until 4:00 PM on August 18, 2023. Interested persons shall be required to submit to the District Elections Officer a letter of interest as well as a completed Form PF-A that is available from the district office or the Washington State Conservation Commission. Please contact the Okanogan Conservation District Election Officer, Becky Drenner, at (509) 429-3418 or emailing at Candidates must be registered voters residing within the boundaries of the Conservation District and may be required to own land or operate a farm.

A conservation district supervisor sets policy and direction for the conservation district. A conservation district supervisor is a public official who serves without compensation.

Candidate required information is available through the Election Officer and will be accepted by mail or by making an appointment to drop it off at the District office by calling the Election Officer at (509) 429-3418.

The Board of Supervisors may take action to appoint an applicant starting with the September 5, 2023, regular monthly board meeting. The time to be served in the vacant position is approximately 9 months.

(Publish July 12 and 19, 2023)

Public Notice

Town of Coulee Dam



July 26, 2023, 5:00p.m.

To the citizens of the Town of Coulee Dam, Washington, the Town Council of the Town of Coulee Dam, Washington will conduct an Executive Session one hour prior to the regular council meeting on Wednesday, July 26, 2023 at 5:00pm.

Item’s on the agenda:

Executive Session:

a. Estimated time of 60 minutes –

under RCW 42.30.110 (1)

(i) To discuss with legal counsel representing the agency matters relating to agency enforcement actions, or to discuss with legal counsel representing the agency litigation or potential litigation to which the agency, the governing body, or a member acting in an official capacity is, or is likely to become, a party, when public knowledge regarding the discussion is likely to result in an adverse legal or financial consequence to the agency.

No other business will be discussed, and no action will be taken during the executive session.

Stefani Bowden, Clerk/Treasurer

(Publish July 19, 2023)

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