Eric Johnson

1
Mar

Laura Berg Announces Retirement

February 21, 2018 – The headline speaks for itself…  but it is hard for me to believe it even though I am writing it! Late last week, Laura informed me that she intended to retire in the very near future — and she has now confirmed that she will be retiring from WSAC on May 25, 2018.  As most of you know,

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21
Feb

WSACE Managing Director Opening

Washington State Association of County Engineers (WSACE) Seeks Managing Director The Managing Director of the Washington State Association of County Engineers (WSACE) – a 501(c)6 professional organization – is the chief operating officer of the Association. In this capacity, the Managing Director facilitates the Association operations under the general direction of the Board of Directors of the Association and the

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29
Aug

Atlantic Salmon – Counties Asked for Net Pen Ban Five Years Ago

So, it is Sunday morning… and after reading more articles about the environmental catastrophe and the release of thousands of Atlantic Salmon into the waters of Puget Sound, I am drawn to my computer to pen a few words about how Counties identified this as a significant environmental issue over 5 years ago, and how the state environmental agencies and

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19
May

Columbia River Caucus Tour

Grant and Adams County: On Thursday, May 18, 2017, WSACs’ Columbia River Caucus toured Columbia River water storage and conservation projects in Grant County and Adams County. Members of the caucus include all the commissioners in the Columbia Basin, above the Bonneville Dam in Skamania County. The tour was coordinated by WSACs' Program Consultant Neil Aaland. Office of Columbia River staff
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