Dan Roach

Dear Friends and Neighbors,


Every year, each Pierce County Councilmember must hold a Council meeting in the evening within their district boundary. This year, my meeting will be held tomorrow night (Oct. 20th) at 5:00 pm in the Buckley Multipurpose Center, 811 Main St. in Buckley (click here to read the resolution about tomorrow's meeting).
 
Mayors representing cities and towns in the 1st Council District will be there to address/update the Council on issues in their jurisdictions. The 1st County Council District is comprised of the City of Bonney Lake, City of Buckley, Town of Carbonado, City of Orting, Town of South Prairie, and the Town of Wilkeson; it includes the unincorporated areas of Greenwater/Crystal Mountain, Lake Tapps and South Hill. It also is an opportunity for citizens in the 1st District to address the Council on issues that are important to them.
 
You should also be receiving this year’s newsletter in the mail soon. In the meantime, read below to learn about several upcoming events that may be of interest to you. If you have any questions or concerns you wish to share with me, please don’t hesitate to let me know.
 
I hope to see you on the 20th!

Sincerely,

Dan
Elk

Got elk?


If you're interested in participating in a real conservation project, Northwest Trek and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife are seeking volunteers to gather information on elk populations in the Enumclaw and Buckley areas.
 
Participants will be trained with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife protocols and taught how to properly identify elk, as well as determine age and sex.
 
Trained volunteers will conduct visual surveys from their vehicles at designated points on a map, beginning this fall. Data will be used by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists to obtain a more accurate understanding of population size, which will allow for better management of the herd. 
 
Training and a regular commitment is required to participate in this project. Training will be held on Saturday November 7th, from 9am-Noon. Contact Rachael.Mueller@nwtrek.org to learn more or to sign up for this training session.

Safe Streets

Safe Streets Restaurant Takeover

The Safe Streets Tacoma Restaurant Takeover fundraising event is only a week away. They'll be feasting on some delicious pizza at the Hosmer Round Table Pizza in support of Safe Streets. The only questions is, are you going to be there? 
 
Proceeds from the meal will go towards benefiting Safe Streets community and youth programs. So bring your family, friends and neighbors and enjoy good food and great company as you get to know your community. 
 
Safe Streets City Restaurant Takeover

Community Mobilizers will be on hand to answer questions about Safe Streets, including any questions about our upcoming free  Residential Crime Prevention through Environmental Design Training
 
If you have any questions, or are interested in volunteering, please contact Traci Kelly at tkelly@safest.org or call 253.272.6824. For more information on Restaurant Takeovers, please visit www.safest.org or check out their Facebook event page.

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