Updating sunday bulletin
DAYTON — Emergency planners are inviting the public to participate in updating Columbia County’s local wildfire protection plan, beginning with a 1 p.m.meeting on Tuesday in the fire station at 111 Patit Road.Builds LMY49G or later and Android M with Security Patch Level of February 1, 2016 or later address these issues.Refer to the Nexus documentation for instructions on how to check the security patch level.
We asked one simple and open-ended question: “What do you want in a church bulletin?
When you walk in most church worship services, you are typically handed some printed material.
It goes by different names, but the most common and the longest standing name is “bulletin.” There was a time that you could expect consistency in bulletins among many churches. There are differences of opinion and a variety of ideas about what should be in the church bulletin.
We want to make sure we do everything we can to protect our community, but this plan is only going to work if we all work together on it.”Agencies that have already been involved include the Forest Service and DNR, the Columbia County Conservation District, the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Oregon Department of Forestry.
Higgins hopes to have the Community Wildfire Protection Plan completed before fire season this year.