Posts Tagged ‘Chelan County Commissioners’

Chelan County Commissioners Bringing Local Issues to Wash. D.C. This Week

This week in Washington D.C. is the National Association of Counties Conference. Chelan County’s Board of Commissioners – Bob Bugert, Doug England, Kevin Overbay – flew there to bring some local issues to federal departments and elected officials. Overbay said they’re meeting on the Hill today with Washington’s U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell and 8th District…

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Chelan County Commissioners Tapping Reserves To Close 2019 Budget Gap

Chelan County Commissioner Keith Goehner joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about his final month as a commissioner. Goehner announced earlier this year he would not seek re-election to the county board, and instead seek office in the State House of Representatives – an election he won last month. Before he…

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$1 Million-Shortfall For Chelan County’s 2019 Budget, Commissioners Say

Chelan County Commissioner Kevin Overbay joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about the county’s 2019 budget. The three commissioners are hosting hearings with department heads to go over their requests. They also need to prioritize funding among capital projects, Overbay said, all while trying to close a more than $1 million…

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Chelan County Officials Begin 2019 Budget Considerations

With fall around the corner and only four months left in the year, local municipalities will soon begin the process of developing and finalizing a budget for 2019. For an early look at finances for Chelan County, KOHO’s Ken Johannessen filed this report.

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Chelan County Commissioners Issue Emergency Declaration From Cougar Creek Fire

Chelan County Commissioner Kevin Overbay joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about impacts to county residents in the Entiat and Plain areas from the Cougar Creek Fire and why commissioners implemented an emergency declaration. Overbay also talks about interviews underway now for new board members at the Community Action Council and…

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