- Paul Hinton
- Pat Page
- Caleb Summerfelt
- Phyllis Waldenberg
- Paul Wynkoop
- Bill Dean – President
- Tam McDearmid – Vice President
- Pat Page – Secretary
- Paul Wynkoop – Treasurer
The Port Ludlow Village Council Emergency Management Committee (PLVC-EM) will host STEPUP, a two-part “Special Training in Emergency Preparedness for Unique People”, on Monday, September 18, from 1pm-4pm, at the Beach Club, and 1pm-4pm, Wednesday, September 20, at the Bay Club. Unique people in this context are those with disabilities, Senior Citizens and the vulnerable population
Deb Reithmeyer, Program Coordinator for Jefferson County Department of Emergency Management (JCDEM), will facilitate the two-part workshop that will cover many unique topics, including sheltering in place, caring for your service animal or pet during a disaster, compiling your important documents prior to a disaster, among other related topics.
STEPUP is sponsored by the JCDEM and offered free of charge. However, seating is limited at both venues, so please pre-register today with Deb at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-344-9728 so she knows how many people to expect. There will be a drawing for a Stuffed Grab and Go Backpacks at each session, but you must be present to win.
Although the election is not until October 5, ballots will be arriving in the mail during the first week of September. It is requested that residents return their ballot to the Bay or Beach Club as soon as possible. Below are brief biographies of our neighbors who have volunteered to be on the Board.
Paul Hinton moved here from California after an extensive flying career with U.S. Air Force, American Airlines and Boeing. He was involved in flying, management and training. He also has a law degree and practiced as a trial attorney.
Pat Page is from California but moved here from the Azores off Portugal. Her professional background was with the National Association of Music Merchants, promoting music in public schools and assisting her daughter and husband in family businesses.
Caleb Summerfelt is currently on the PLVC board and is running as an incumbent. He grew up in Port Gamble and is currently the CIO and Director of Acquisitions for a fabrication/engineering company.
Phyllis Waldenberg moved here in 2003 from Seattle but her roots are in Montana. Her professional experience is in interior design, real estate development, marketing and sales. She has owned two houses in Port Ludlow and served on the Teal Lake Village board.
Paul Wynkoop arrived from Oregon but hails from Western Pennsylvania. Experiences as a musician in the U.S. Navy were followed by an extensive career in human resources both in the private sector and the Air Force reserve. He has significant volunteer experience in such organizations as Boy Scouts, United Way and Rotary, among others.
These candidates will join Bill Dean and Tam McDearmid as elected board members along with Randy Deering and Gil Skinner, appointed by virture of their positions as president of the LMC and SBCA. The current board of directors are quite pleased with the caliber of community residents whom have stepped up to serve. “This slate combines strength from the past coupled with new ideas from a wide range of experiences and geographies,” according to PLVC Vice President, Tam McDearmid.
4:00 pm at the Bay Club – Tuesday, 25 July 2017
Lynne Sterbenz, Director of Emergency Management for Jefferson County
Brad Martin – Fire Chief of Fire District-#3 –Port Ludlow
Pat Lohrey – Emergency Management Coordinator for South Bay
Ginny Munger – Emergency Management Coordinator for North Bay
And introduction of Port Ludlow’s new Director of Emergency Management:
Break Out Session Topics:
Grab and Go Supplies
Preparations for Special Needs Residents and Pets
Block Captain Liability Issues
FRS and HAM Radio Communication
Map Your Neighborhood
Pizza and Prize Raffle
Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue will be hosting a wildland firefighting training field day at the closed Trail Nine Golf Course/Timberton Loop trail on Saturday, June 17, beginning at 8 AM until 3 PM. The parking lot off Timberton Drive will be closed to the public to allow fire crews a place to stage their apparatus.
Any questions or concerns could be sent to Port Ludlow Fire and Rescue Chief Brad Martin At 360-437-2236.
Thank you for your cooperation and for allowing your fire service to use local properties for training purposes.
SEPARATE TRAIL MAPS FOR BOTH HIKING AND BIKING IN PORT LUDLOW ARE NOW ONLINE AT THE PORT LUDLOW HIKING CLUB WEBSITE!
These can be loaded to your cell phone as an app as well as to your computer. Click on MAPS and click on the one you want to see.
PAPER COPIES WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
The Port Ludlow trails were originally built for Port Ludlow residents to hike, but the Trails/Natural Resources Committee has selected some that are wide enough to accommodate both bikers and hikers safely.
If you are a biker, or the parent of a biker, please be sure that you/they use only those trails specifically designated for biking.
Trail courtesy is of the essence! Dog Walkers, please do not forget to pick up after your pet and take the doggie bag home with you for proper disposal!
Olympic Resource Management (ORM) has received a permit from the Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to harvest 163 acres in four parcels around Teal Lake south and outside of the Master Planned Resort. This harvest is call the Mr. Rogers cut and will commence in the next month. A map showing the area to be harvested is attached. Some of Port Ludlow’s Trails will be closed during the harvesting.
All residents of Port Ludlow are invited to attend.
With the signing of the Settlement Agreement on December 19, 2016, between Jefferson County and Port Ludlow Associates (PLA), the mission of the PLVC Ad Hoc Timber Harvest Committee has been fulfilled. There are monitoring activities that need to be conducted by the community, but maintaining a committee for that purpose is not necessary.
Therefore, the PLVC Board of Directors voted at its March 2, 2017, meeting to disband the Ad Hoc Tree Harvesting Committee and to assign all monitoring of harvesting activities to the Community Development standing committee.
Here we are in this lovely, idyllic place. It’s hard to think about disasters to which we are subject –earthquakes, fires, tsunamis, and hazardous material spills. Your Emergency Management Organization has been encouraging you to get prepared to support yourself for 3 weeks due to our relatively remote location. Well, it’s a little like eating an elephant…..one bite at a time.
Join us on March 9 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Bay Club and we will finally fill you in on the details of how to go about preparing for that which we hope will never happen. After most disasters, it has been found that the people who are impacted the least are the ones who had prepared ahead of time. Our speakers are prepared to provide you with new and updated information from the American Red Cross that will increase your chances of surviving most any widespread emergency situation.
In addition, but directly related, the Citizens for Safe Students will have Emergency Subsistance Kits available for a donation of $22. Each kit will provide one person with food and water for three days and from each donation a kit will be provided to the Chimacum Schools for a student there. Bring cash, check or credit card to help out the kids as well as yourself.
This event is open to all Port Ludlow Residents!
Acting Chair, PLVC Emergency Management Committee