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.
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
CITY OF LEAVENWORTH
LEAVENWORTH FESTHALLE OPERATIONS CONSULTANT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH, WASHINGTON is seeking the services of an Operations Consultant to oversee the marketing, reservations and event oversight of the Leavenworth Festhalle Civic Center. The City of Leavenworth will contract with the individual or firm that is most qualified; whom best meets the needs of the City; and provides the lowest responsible offer.
The detailed Request for Proposal may be accessed from this web page or by contacting City Hall.
The City’s selection of an Operations Consultant for the Leavenworth Festhalle Civic Center will be made from the Proposals submitted and received at City Hall no later than 4:00 PM on Wednesday, May 3, 2017.
Questions regarding these services should be directed to:
Joel Walinski, City Administrator
City of Leavenworth
700 US Highway 2 / P.O. Box 287
Leavenworth, WA 98826
Phone (509) 548-5275. Fax (509) 548-6429.
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.
At the March 6, 2017 Commission meeting, PUD staff presented initial engineering and cost comparisons for three sites under consideration. The presentation included proposed distribution and transmission line routes as well as renderings of what those lines could look like if a substation was located on any of the three sites.
On March 20, 2017, PUD Commissioners chose a preferred alternative for building the new substation on land owned by Upper Valley MEND, between Chumstick Highway and Titus Road (site 14). This alternative is supported by the community focus group, City of Leavenworth, numerous public comments, as well as the PUD’s engineering analysis. PUD staff will perform further feasibility analysis on site 14 including site location considerations (i.e. ground water, access requirements) and possible mitigation actions for visual and other impacts.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 509-661-4294.
CITY OF LEAVENWORTH NOTICE TO CONSULTANTS FOR:
CONSULTING SERVICES TO PREPARE A PARKING MANAGEMENT PLAN
FOR THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH COMMERCIAL AREA
The City of Leavenworth is seeking proposals and qualifications from individuals, firms, and teams with demonstrated experience in developing effective parking management strategies through a process of active public engagement. Proposals must be submitted and received by the City of Leavenworth no later than 2:00 PM on April 7, 2017.
View and/or print full Request for Proposals and Qualifications here.
Notice is hereby given that the City of Leavenworth, WA is requesting proposals from qualified financial consultants to conduct a comprehensive water, sanitary sewer, stormwater and solid waste rate study. The intent of the study is to independently assess and evaluate the City of Leavenworth’s existing utility rates and provide recommendations. The broad objective of the study is to adequately fund utility operations, capital costs, and bonded debt while minimizing rates to the greatest degree possible. The study will be based on a comprehensive review of the City of Leavenworth’s utility funds and budgets, Comprehensive Plans, customer classes, current usage data, future planned growth, and any other information deemed necessary.
Please review the following documents:
Due to adverse weather, the following subcommittee meeting has been canceled:
Feb 8 – 5:30–7 pm – City Hall Conference Room Housing & Parks and Recreation
Commissioners Anne Hessburg; Larry Hayes; Joel Martinez
Leavenworth and Upper Valley-area customers:
The PUD is working with the community 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 November 2, 2016 PUD staff presented an update on the substation siting process at a community meeting. At this meeting, PUD staff presented the consultant’s high level analysis which included a map showing the three sites under consideration and possible transmission line routing, along with renderings of possible transmission options, and site considerations for each of the three sites. The PUD also heard input and answered questions from the community.
In November and December, the PUD’s consultant will continue to perform analysis which will include detailed costs, more detailed transmission and distribution route alternatives, and renderings of what a substation would look like on each of the identified locations.
PUD staff anticipates hosting another community meeting in late January 2017 to gather input from the community on the detailed cost analysis and renderings. Once this meeting is scheduled, PUD staff will advertise in the following ways: direct mail postcard, email distribution list, webpage, Leavenworth Echo, Leavenworth Echo online events page, and KOHO radio. The public is invited to that meeting for discussion and questions.
The PUD is always open to hearing from the public. You can share public comments on the siting of the Leavenworth substation using the public comment form on the substation webpage or by emailing email@example.com or calling 509-661-4294.
For more information and notes about the Bavarian substation project, please visit chelanpud.org/NewLeavenworthSubstation.
Customer Relations Administrator
Chelan County PUD
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