KITSAP COUNTY NEWS RELEASE
January 13, 2017
Rebecca Pirtle, Commissioners' Office
360.337.4650 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Downtown Kingston road improvements reviewed at meeting February 1
(Kingston, WA) – Learn more about plans to improve
roads, pedestrian access and safety in downtown Kingston at the next meeting
of the Kingston Citizens Advisory Council, which begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday,
Feb. 1 in the Village Green Community Center, 26159 Dulay Road NE, Kingston.
The Kitsap Public Health District will also provide an update on local water
quality and Kingston High School students will present their ideas to
improve Kingston. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Tim Beachy, capital improvements project manager with Kitsap County Public
Works, will provide an update on improvements planned for Washington
Boulevard between the Washington State Ferries terminal and the Port of
Kingston, as well as other projects to be implemented that were identified
in the Complete Streets Project completed last year.
The Kitsap Public Health District will also give an update on surface water
quality in northeast Kitsap County, specific to the Kingston area. Newton
Morgan, senior environmental health specialist of the health district’s
Water Pollution Identification and Correction Program, will review pollution
investigation, correction work and research being conducted in the area as
well as talk about new tools in use to identify human sources of bacterial
pollution and ongoing efforts to find and fix these along local shorelines.
For more information on the Kingston Citizens Advisory Council, go to
or call Kitsap County Volunteer Services at 360.337.4650. Applications are
now open for citizens interested in serving on the council.
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