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August 23, 2017

City of Manzanita Launches Facebook Page

The City of Manzanita has launched an official Facebook page for additional access to City news, Council meetings, temporary street closures, utility service disruptions and emergency messages. The City’s official Facebook page is “City of Manzanita”. (facebook.com/CityofManzanita)

At this time the City’s policy is to create a page to only provide information and not to allow back and forth dialogue.  The goal is to use the page as an informational tool, publishing updates quickly to let community members know about current events. Community members are still encouraged to visit the City’s website (www.ci.manzanita.or.us).

The City of Manzanita is excited to deliver information to all community members using social media which has become a “go to” source for the latest news. The Facebook page can be found by searching for “City of Manzanita” in the social media website.

August 18, 2017

Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Update: Public Comments & Responses and Approved Plan Available Online

The Tillamook County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan has been approved by FEMA. Public Comments & Responses and the approved plan are available online. Click here to view or download the approved plan (please be patient, this is a very large file). Click here to view the Comments & Responses.

July 3 , 2017

Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Update: Public Comments & Responses and Final Draft Available Online

The Tillamook County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan is being updated. Pubic Comments & Responses and the Final Draft Plan are available online. Click here to view or download the Final Draft (please be patient, this is a very large file). Click here to view the Comments & Responses.


June 9, 2017

CARMEL RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT SET TO MOVE FORWARD

The City has partially settled with the previous contractor's bonding company Old Republic.  Old Republic has agreed to cover the additional cost of construction due to changing contractors and the faulty work done by MAG, LLC.  This has allowed us to select a new contractor to finish the project. There are additional costs associated with the default, but the City will file a claim for those after the completion of the project.

Advanced Excavation will start working on Carmel Monday, June 12, 2017. If the weather permits it, Advanced will pave Carmel before the 4th of July.  After the 4th of July, the remainder of the project will be completed before the end of summer.

We understand that the problems with the Carmel project has been an inconvenience to our residents and visitors, so we greatly appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to complete the Carmel Avenue Reconstruction Project as quickly as possible.
The City will issue updates on this situation as more details become known.


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