Doralee Booth (shown) and Kathy Berg kicked off a work-party at the Activity Center on Gemini Street on Monday, September 23, 2013. They represent the Northwest Park & Recreation District 2’s ballot issue requesting approval of a levy for the support of the District’s many programs and activities. The modest 10 cents per $1000 property evaluation (that’s $1.66 a month for a $200,00 home) over the next four years will enable the existing board and staff to continue serving the residents within their boundaries. District 2’s boundaries parallel the Blaine School District, except for Point Roberts that has its own Park & Recreation District.
See more details on the District’s Web site www.nwparkandrec.org and their Facebook page Northwest Park & Recreation District 2.
This critical issue in on the ballot this Fall–and those ballots will be mailed to your home on October 15. Please open your ballot upon receipt, vote Yes for Parks & Recreation, complete your other choices of candidates and issues, and return your ballot immediately, by mail or drop-off box. Drop-off boxes are available at Blaine library and the County Courthouse in Bellingham.
Voting Yes! on this issue is in your best interest.