The steel-drum band “33 Degrees North” will perform Caribbean sounds on the lawn. Bring a lawn chair or blanket.
The library is at 1010 Heron Av. N. Call 651-730-0504 for more information. The program is funded by the Clean Water Land & Legacy Amendment.
Survey seeks public’s view of health issues
Washington County is asking the public to help identify the top health issues that affect the residents of the county.
An online public opinion survey, open until Aug. 30, asks for comment from anyone who lives or works in Washington County. The confidential survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete and covers health issues such as alcohol and tobacco use, access to medical and dental health services, children’s health and environmental concerns.
The survey is available through a link at www.surveymonkey.com/s/wchealth and also can be accessed from the county’s website at www.co.washington.mn.us. For questions, or to obtain a Spanish language version of the survey, contact the Washington County Department of Public Health and Environment at 651-430-6655.
Watch for detours at government center
Visitors to the Washington County Government Center in Stillwater and Oak Park Heights will find detours because of pavement removal on 62nd Street.
The road will reopen by Labor Day.
For information on the project, contact Mindy Leadholm at email@example.com or at 651-430-4361 or 651-470-7754.
County reaches labor agreement
The Washington County Board approved a labor agreement with county correctional officers and communications dispatchers July 23 after an arbitrator’s ruling.
The two-year contract is retroactively effective from Jan. 1, 2012, through Dec. 31, 2013.
In 2012 and 2013, employees below the maximum salary receive an increase of 1.5 percent as of their anniversary dates. For 2012, employees at the salary range maximum receive a 1.5 percent lump sum payment; in 2013, employees at the salary range maximum will receive a 2 percent lump sum payment on their anniversary. No general adjustments were given in either 2011 or 2012.
As part of the agreement, the uniform allowance, which covers the cost of purchasing and replacing required clothing, was increased from $425 to $530 for 2012 and 2013.
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