FESTHALLE CUSTODIAN / JANITOR
The City of Leavenworth is now accepting applications for the Festhalle Custodian/Janitor position. This position is scheduled for a maximum of 24 hours per week with an hourly wage of $11.00 – 15.00/hr. Applicants must be a minimum of 21 years old and hold a WA State Driver’s License with a record that is acceptable to the City. The position will require the applicant to pass a pre-employment physical and drug screening. Individual must be able to work weekends, holidays, early mornings, and evenings. Duties include all necessary janitorial cleaning tasks and event setups as required for Festhalle events.
Job application and full job description are available on this web page, at City Hall, 700 US Highway 2, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, via our website at http://www.cityofleavenworth.com/city-government/employment/, or by contacting us at (509) 548-5275.
Applicants will be interviewed upon submittal of application. Job will remain open until filled. The City of Leavenworth is an equal opportunity employer.
Park/Cemetery Maintenance Worker – 7 Month Seasonal Position
The City of Leavenworth, an equal opportunity employer, is now accepting applications for the following position: One (1) vacanciy for a Park Maintenance Worker – Returning Seasonal 7-month position. This position is a non union covered position with a starting pay of $11.00 – 15.00/hr. DOE.
Requirements: Minimum 18 years old and WA State driver’s license with record that is acceptable to the City; position will require a drug/alcohol screening and physical evaluation. Individual must be able to work weekends, holidays, and required overtime. Duties include: landscape and turf maintenance, building and restroom maintenance, litter control, irrigation maintenance, operation of light and/or special use equipment, (ball field and turf maintenance equipment), and cemetery maintenance.
Job application and full job description are available at City Hall, 700 US Hwy. 2, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, via our website at www.cityofleavenworth.com, or by contacting us at (509) 548-5275. Applicants will be interviewed upon submittal of application.
Job will remain open until filled.
Park / Cemetery Maintenance Worker – Part Time Seasonal Position
The City of Leavenworth, an equal opportunity employer, is now accepting applications for the following position: One (1) vacancy for a Seasonal Parks / Cemetery Worker – maximum of 24 Hours per week position. This position is a non-union covered position with a starting pay of $11.00 – $15.00 / hr. DOE.
Requirements: Minimum 18 years of age and WA State driver’s license with record acceptable to the City; position will require a drug/alcohol screening and physical evaluation. Individual must be able to work weekends, holidays, and required overtime. Duties include: Landscape and turf maintenance, building and restroom maintenance, litter control, irrigation maintenance, operation of light and/or special use equipment (ball field and turf maintenance equipment), and cemetery maintenance.
Applicants will be interviewed upon submittal of application. Job will remain open until filled.
Leavenworth is undertaking a major periodic review of the Comprehensive Plan as required by the Washington State Growth Management Act. The Public Participation Program has been revised to include additional dates/times for the public to attend the Planning Commission Subcommittee meetings and provide comment and feedback regarding the update to the City’s Comprehensive Plan.
City of Leavenworth Comprehensive Plan Update
Public Participation Program – Revised June 2017
CALL FOR BIDS
CITY OF LEAVENWORTH
2017 ASPHALT PAVING REPAIR WORK
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the City of Leavenworth City Clerk until 2:00 PM on Thursday, June 29, 2017, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read aloud shortly thereafter.
Bid proposals may be sent by mail, or hand delivered, to the City Clerk at City of Leavenworth, City Hall, 700 Hwy 2 / P.O. Box 287, Leavenworth, WA 98826, prior to the opening. The envelope shall be plainly marked with “SEALED BID for the City of Leavenworth – 2017 Asphalt Paving Repair Work” and shall clearly indicate the name and address of the bidder. The bid opening will take place at the City of Leavenworth, City Hall, 700 Hwy 2, Leavenworth, WA 98826. Proposals received after the time fixed for opening will not be considered.
The work performed under this contract consists of cutting, removal, and disposal of existing asphalt and undesirable subgrade; subgrade prep, compaction, asphalt replacement, and joint seal.
Bids must be completed on a lump sum and unit price basis as indicated on the BID PROPOSAL, and the total price shall be used for comparison of bids. The owner reserves the right to waive any informalities, minor defects, or to reject any or all bids.
If a bidder has questions regarding this Call for Bids, please contact City of Leavenworth, Public Works Director – Herb Amick at (509) 548-5275. No bidder may withdraw their bid after the hour set for the opening thereof or before award of contract, unless said award is delayed for a period of exceeding thirty (30) days. The City reserves the right to reject any proposal that does not conform to specifications or requirements.
The bid document may be printed from the following links:
Chelan County Public Works wants to make you aware of a recent change at the Dryden Transfer Station that was brought about by state law. State law prohibits plant material – tree limbs and clippings, brush, grass, etc. – from leaving apple maggot quarantine areas.
The Dryden Transfer Station is located in a pest-free area; however, much of western Chelan County, including Leavenworth, Plain and Lake Wenatchee, is located in an apple maggot quarantine area. The apple maggot is a pest that threatens Washington’s apple industry, as well as many of our other fruit crops. More information about apple maggots is available on the Washington State Department of Agriculture website.
The Dryden Transfer Station will no longer accept plant material taken from an apple maggot quarantine area. As a business owner or resident, you are responsible for knowing where the quarantine boundaries are so you do not transport plant waste from a quarantine area to a pest-free area. A map of the quarantine area is available on our website. The Washington State Department of Agriculture’s website also has a searchable map to determine if a specific address is inside or outside the apple maggot quarantine area.
Plant material from a quarantine area must be disposed of in the quarantine area. Compost or destroy the waste at your home or take it to a disposal facility within the quarantine area.
We thank you in advance for abiding by the state apple maggot quarantine regulations and helping safeguard our farms, orchards and fruit industry.
Public Information Officer
Chelan County Public Works Department
CITY OF LEAVENWORTH
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Notice of Determination of Non-significance
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Leavenworth has issued a Determination of Non-significance (DNS) per the State Environmental Policy Act Rules (Chapter 197-11 WAC) and the Leavenworth Municipal Code regarding the following:
The City of Leavenworth proposes to adopt a new Wastewater General Sewer Plan and Facility Plan, dated 2017. The primary purpose of the Wastewater General Sewer Plan and Facility Plan (GSP/FP) is to provide present and future City officials with an engineering analysis of the existing municipal wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system and assist them in setting system priorities and selecting the improvements that best meet the City’s needs. The GSP/FP establishes a recommended order of improvements and prioritizes their implementation. This GSP/FP is in compliance with Washington State Department of Ecology requirements and has been prepared in accordance with WAC 173-240-050 and 060
The comment period begins on June 7, 2017 and will end on June 21, 2017. The comment period for the SEPA determination will run concurrently. An appeal of the SEPA determination must be filed by 5:00 p.m. on the last day of the comment period. Only those persons who comment during the SEPA comment period are entitled to file a SEPA appeal. The contents of the appeal must meet the requirements outlined in the Leavenworth Municipal Code.
The materials may be reviewed during normal business hours at City Hall, a copy may be obtained by contacting Nathan Pate at Leavenworth City Hall, 700 Highway 2, Leavenworth, (509) 548-5275, or reviewed at the following link:
Wastewater General Sewer Plan and Facility Plan – December 2016 (draft) – links to City of Leavenworth Google Drive
Interested citizens are encouraged to comment on the proposal.
Nathan Pate, AICP
Development Services Manager
Dated: May 31, 2017
Leavenworth and Upper Valley-area customers:
The PUD began working with the community in 2015 to find a location for a new substation in the Leavenworth area to support growth and development in the Upper Valley. The existing double-bank substation serving this area is nearing capacity.
On May 1, 2017, PUD Commissioners voted to buy 3.01 acres next to Chumstick Highway in Leavenworth. The property has been added to what is now a list of three potential sites for the new substation. The purchase preserves an option for a possible location. The PUD has not made a final decision on the location for the new substation. The Chumstick property has favorable characteristics for siting a substation including lower costs for real estate, transmission, access and groundwater remediation. Because the site is closer to existing transmission lines, fewer structures would be needed lessening the impact and visual foot print for the community. Given the PUD’s current estimate, it identified at least $1M and up to potentially $2M in savings over the MEND site. Much of the cost savings comes from needing less transmission to serve a site the Chumstick property.
The MEND property, site 14, continues to be evaluated and the PUD is working through potential site boundaries and acreage with multiple property owners. The City property, site 8a, is still a viable alternative. A feasibility report will be complete on all three sites.
PUD staff met with the Leavenworth community focus group on May 11 to provide an update on the new site and reviewed comparisons of preliminary cost estimates and line routing for the three sites. The focus group endorsed moving ahead with the Chumstick site as the preferred alternative.
PUD staff will continue to further develop the feasibility analysis for all three sites. We anticipate the feasibility report to be completed by the end of June and a recommendation to be made to PUD Commissioners in early July.
PUD staff will be presenting an update on the Leavenworth substation to Commissioners on Monday, May 15 at 1pm in the Commission Board Room at 327 N. Wenatchee Ave. in Wenatchee. Board meeting agendas are available on our website prior to each meeting. Presentations and an audio file are available on our website after each meeting.
The PUD is always open to hearing from the public. You can share public comments on the Leavenworth substation using the public comment form on our webpage or by emailing email@example.com or calling 509-661-4294.
We will continue to update our website and our outreach efforts via email and direct mail will continue as we move into the next phase of this project.
For a complete history of the project and other current information on the Bavarian substation project, please visit chelanpud.org/NewLeavenworthSubstation.
Customer Outreach Specialist II
Chelan County PUD