Spring Break is underway this week for Oregon schools and Washington schools take their break April 4 – 8. Neighbors are taking on spring cleaning after winter storms. The SOLV Oregon Beach Clean Up is on Saturday, March 26. There is a lot of activity around Nedonna Beach.
Annual membership renewal takes place in January. If you have not paid your dues for 2016, please send your $20 to Nedonna Beach Neighborhood Association, P.O. Box 613, Rockaway Beach, OR 97136 Or, you can use PayPal through our website at http://www.nedonnabeach.org/
NBNA Webpage and Service Providers
Spring Cleaning includes the NBNA Webpage! It is time to update the service providers list on our web site. Right now people are asking for roofers, general contractors, yard maintenance, and house cleaning. Please let us know if you have someone that you are currently working with; name, contact information, website or facebook page, and your recommendation. These changes will be made in April. Each month we will select an area to update. Thank you to all for your input to this.
SOLV Beach Clean Up – March 26
Join SOLVE and the Rockaway Lion’s Club for a Rockaway Beach Cleanup from 10 AM – 1 PM! This event is part of the annual Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup, a statewide effort to keep our beaches healthy and reduce the impacts to marine life. Dress for rain or shine and wear sturdy shoes. SOLVE will provide bags and gloves. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own reusable bucket/bag and water bottle to help reduce plastic waste.
Winter Storm Damage
Neighbors continue to clean up after winter flooding, high water, and storms. The latest information from Gordon McCaw, Director of Emergency Management for Tillamook County “If your Tillamook County home, business, or automobile sustained damage from winter storms, which will primarily be flood damage, please send me an email and provide me your address, a contact name and telephone number, the damage and include pictures if you can.” firstname.lastname@example.org
Clyde Barnhill coordinates matters around roads in Nedonna Beach. Many have have questions or concerns about roads and culverts in Nedonna Beach. NBNA Board members have met in the past with Liane Welch of Tillamook County Public Works Department. You will find a document attached about responsibility for roads in Nedonna Beach. The NBNA has maintained unpaved roads over the past few years and will have graveled roads graded this spring. Gravel piles are available at the south end of David and on Geneva at Sunset for filling pot holes. Individual neighbors have contacted Welch this winter to express their individual concerns. You can reach her via email at email@example.com.
The NBNA Board heard updates about the property at the north end of Nedonna Beach, now know as Nedonna Marsh. Friends of Nedonna Marsh are working with partners to protect the property from development. You can learn more at their web page http://friendsofnedonnamarsh.org/
Water Quality Updates
Rockaway Beach Citizens for Watershed Protection continue to monitor issues related to our local watershed and drinking water. To receive regular updates you can contact Nancy Webster at firstname.lastname@example.org