Posts Tagged ‘Chelan County’

Traffic Now Moving Through SR 150 No See Um Rd. Roundabout

Roundabouts have been popping up across North Central Washington over the last few years – Cashmere’s Cottage Ave., East Wenatchee’s 5th St., Highway 97’s Enterprise Drive. Drivers are adapting to the new roundabout on State Route 150 No See Um Road. KOHO’s Chelan Correspondent Jay Witherbee has an update.

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Chelan County Outdoor Burn Ban Lifted As Fire Season Winds Down

The summer-time outdoor burn ban for Chelan County has been lifted. You can now burn yard waste in the county, except in city limits. A county-wide outdoor burn ban is in effect every year from June 1 to October 1. Fire District #3 Chief Kelly O’Brien told KOHO’s Dan Langager residents of the Upper Wenatchee…

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Chelan County Hazardous Waste Collection Event

We all have old cans of paint in our garages of storage sheds. or perhaps old solvents, drain cleaners or pesticides? Coming up at the end of the month, if you’re a Chelan County resident, you can get rid of all those old hazardous materials. KOHO’s Marcus Bellissimo reports.  

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Chelan County Commission Update – Keith Goehner

Chelan County Commissioner Keith Goehner joins Marcus Bellissimo on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about the process of updating the county’s Shoreline Master Program, easing restrictions on recreational campfires, improvements to the Applets Way bridge in Cashmere, the county’s annual hazardous household waste collection event and the Poison Canyon restoration project.

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Holden Mine Remediation Project Above Lake Chelan Nearing Completion

Work to remediate the old mine near Holden Village above the south shore of Lake Chelan is nearing completion. That’s good news for the ecosystem there – abandoned in 1957, the Holden Mine contaminated groundwater with five toxic metals including aluminum, cadmium, copper, iron and zinc. But finalilizing cleanup will mean a hit to county…

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