Here is the most recent update on the ODOT project in Tillamook:
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The Tillamook Urban Renewal Agency (TURA) seeks Proposals from qualified professional design-build teams to provide comprehensive services to design and construct a permanent, paver surface for a parking lot in Tillamook, Oregon. Interested parties should submit a proposal that includes pertinent experience in designing and constructing parking lots as further described in this RFP.
Please click on the links below to review the RFP and Contractor List.
CLOSING DATE: JULY 21, 2017
Salary: $35,859 – $42,570 per year
Full Time with Benefits
Location: City Hall
PURPOSE OF POSITION: Perform various accounting and customer service tasks and respond to inquiries, complaints, and requests for assistance from customers. Administrative tasks in support of City personnel including accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash receipts, payroll, and record keeping.
JOB QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of basic accounting principles, office procedures and practices, and use of office equipment, including word processing, spread sheet and data base applications software. Equivalent to high school graduation and two years’ experience in general office, and two years’ experience in progressive accounting/payroll work. Any combination of education and experience that has provided the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for the essential and auxiliary job functions.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/LICENSES: Evidence of High School education or equivalent.
DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS: Customer Service Training. Previous local government experience. Associates degree in business, accounting, or other related field. Spanish bilingual preferred. EOE.
The following was released from ODOT today regarding nighttime work on the Hwy 101/US 6 project.
Highway 101/6 Project Update
Happy Fourth of July; we’re halfway through! By this time next year, we should be wrapping the projects up with punchlist items. Not that there isn’t a long row to hoe yet, with all the work shifting to Main Avenue come Labor Day, but most of the surprises in the process should have been worked out by now.
We had some painful slowdowns at the beginning of the project as certain design elements had to be worked out and surprising underground discoveries kept cropping to further derail progress. And then the incessant rains stepped in to make the delays that much more pronounced. But we all, community and contractors alike, persevered.
With a concentrated acceleration of efforts this spring, we are now close to bringing the project back on track. The anticipated date for opening up the new northbound extension of Pacific Avenue is still holding on target for July 24th.
Therefore, before they break for a four-day weekend, the contractors will be pushing a little bit of nightwork these next couple of evenings in order to get the mast arms up on the huge black traffic signal poles that they have just installed. They’re also going to be pouring the eastside sidewalks and driveways south of Third down to Fourth so that they can focus on the sidewalks between Second and Third after the holidays.
The frosting on the nation’s birthday cake will be the installation of both the new information kiosk in the festival plaza and the decorative rails around the water quality wells along the side of the road, which is set to take place through the end of this week.
Then on to a fast-paced July as the contractors prep for the next big traffic change. The next year will reveal many marvels with the opening of the Pacific Avenue north lane across First, the development of the new Hoquarton Landing, the shaping of the second half of the new bridge, the rehabilitation of the Sue H. Elmore Park, and the construction of a bicycle/pedestrian path from Goodspeed Park to the downtown.
The other change that you will see is a different author of this bulletin as Jeannell Wyntergreen transitions out now to be replaced by Sierra Lauder on the next edition. It has been a pleasure producing this information, and hopefully it has been helpful to all of you readers as you go about your busy ways.
For further information regarding the project from this point on, please contact Sierra Lauder at the Chamber offices or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Again, my best to the entire community as this project comes to fruition and Tillamook comes through with a fresh and vibrant face forward. With that, I wish you all…
Good night and good luck.
Second Public Hearing Notice
The City of Tillamook is completing a Wastewater System Rehabilitation project funded with Community Development Block Grant funds from the Oregon Business Development Department, CDBG Grant Number P13013.
Project location: Various locations throughout the City of Tillamook.
It is estimated that the project has benefited at least 4,935 persons of whom 47% are low or moderate income.
A public hearing will be held by the Tillamook City Council at 7:00 p.m. on June 19, 2017 at 210 Laurel Avenue, Tillamook, Oregon 97141.
The purpose of the hearing is for the City Council to obtain citizens views about the project and to take comments about the local government’s performance. Written comments are also welcome and must be received by June 19, 2017 at 210 Laurel Avenue, Tillamook, Oregon 97141. Both oral and written comments will be reviewed by the City Council.
The location of the hearing is accessible to the disabled. Please let Abigail Donowho at 503-842-3450 know if you need any special accommodations to attend or participate in the hearing.
More information about the Oregon Community Development Block Grant program and the project is available for public review at Tillamook City Hall, 210 Laurel Avenue, Tillamook, Oregon 97141 during regular office hours. Advance notice is requested.
Segundo Aviso de Audiencia Pública
La Ciudad de Tillamook está completando un proyecto de Rehabilitación del Sistema de Aguas Residuales financiado con fondos del Community Development Block Grant del Departamento de Desarrollo de Negocios de Oregon, CDBG Grant Number P13013.
Ubicación del proyecto: Varias localidades en toda la ciudad de Tillamook.
Se estima que el proyecto ha beneficiado al menos 4.935 personas, de las cuales el 47% son de ingresos bajos o moderados.
Una audiencia pública será realizada por el Ayuntamiento de Tillamook a las 7:00 p.m. el 19 de junio de 2017 en 210 Laurel Avenue, Tillamook, Oregon 97141.
El propósito de la audiencia es que el Concejo Municipal obtenga opiniones de los ciudadanos sobre el proyecto y tome comentarios sobre el desempeño del gobierno local. Los comentarios por escrito también son bienvenidos y deben recibirse antes del 19 de junio de 2017 en 210 Laurel Avenue, Tillamook, Oregon 97141. Tanto los comentarios orales como escritos serán revisados por el Ayuntamiento.
La ubicación de la audiencia es accesible para los discapacitados. Por favor, informe a Abigail Donowho al 503-842-3450 si necesita algún alojamiento especial para asistir o participar en la audiencia.
Más información sobre el programa de subvención en bloque de desarrollo comunitario de Oregon y el proyecto está disponible para su revisión pública en el Ayuntamiento de Tillamook, 210 Laurel Avenue, Tillamook, Oregon 97141 durante las horas de oficina regulares. Se requiere un aviso previo.