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Committee against SJ EMS levy renewal formed

Black and white political signs have been seen on San Juan Island opposing the renewal of San Juan Emergency Medical Services levy. Some have been removed because they were posted on private property without the property owner's permission.

2022 ESRP Restoration and Protection, Regional Pre-Design, and Small Grants grant competitions are open

Estuary and Salmon Restoration Program (ESRP) distributes funds through a competitive project evaluation and selection process that results in an "Investment Plan" or ranked project list. New project proposals are solicited through a Request for Proposals (RFP) and evaluated by a technical review team made up of members from multiple agencies and organizations throughout Puget Sound. This team ranks projects using criteria made available to project applicants as they develop proposals. This evaluation results in a fair process that identifies the most promising restoration and protection opportunities.

San Juan EMS 2021 report includes response times, number of calls, etc

When someone calls 911, they expect the reason they’re calling to be taken seriously, and for first responders to arrive without delay. In 2021, San Juan Island EMS responded to 1,084 calls, all of which were handled efficiently and promptly. Our statistics for 2021 reflect the hard work our agency put into ensuring every person who called 911 for EMS services on San Juan Island received quality patient care in 2021.

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