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PRINGLE CREEK WATERSHED COUNCIL

Pringle Creek
Watershed Council

MEETING NOTICE

Tuesday, September 10, 2002
6:30 PM
Leslie Middle School
3850 Pringle Rd SE

(Watch for signs posted on the door for room number)


AGENDA
/ MINUTES

1. Welcome, Introductions & Agenda Review

2. Approval of July and August Minutes

3. Comments from the Public

4. Work Group Break-out

5. Board Elections

6. City of Salem reports

7. Salem Wetlands Citizens Advisory Committee report - Larry Nasset

8. Watershed Coordinator Reports - Bob Roth

Watershed Assessment Status
Comments on OWEB proposed rules for council support grants
Art Faire Outreach Project concept
Update on woody debris project appeal
Council Self-Assessment

9. Cannery Park Bioswale projects

10. Old and New Business

11. Watershed Concerns

This is an open meeting. The public which lives, works, and recreates in the watershed is encouraged to attend.

About Pringle Creek

Council Core Values: 

  • Stewardship of the Pringle Creek watershed as a natural entity in an urban environment; 
  • Sustaining Pringle and Clark Creeks as naturally occurring watercourses;
  • Preserving Pringle and Clark Creeks’ riparian corridors to support native plants and wildlife;
  • Improving water quality; and
  • Promoting public awareness and education on watershed issues. 

The Pringle Creek Watershed Council is a nonprofit association representing watershed residents, businesses, schools, neighborhood associations, government, the scientific community and environmental organizations.



Pringle Creek Watershed Council
c/o Marion Soil and Water Conservation District
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