Mason County PUD No. 3 - Board Of Commissioners Regular Meeting Oct. 28
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This is for Workers’ Compensation Administration and Loss Prevention Services. OLYMPIA -- Thurston County Risk Management is seeking qualified Third Party Administrator (TPA) partnership that will deliver objective and measurable reduction of the cost and duration of Workers’ Compensation (WC) claims. The purpose of this Request for Proposal is to provide prospective TPAs with information that will enable them to prepare and submit a proposal for third party administration services for Thurston County’s state funded workers’ compensation program. The RFP is posted at http://www.co.thurston.wa.us/Thurston-County-RFP.htm
OLYMPIA — The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking nominations to a citizen advisory group that advises the department on steelhead and anadromous cutthroat management issues.
The department will select as many as 15 individuals to serve two-year terms on the Steelhead/Cutthroat Policy Advisory Group, with new terms beginning in January 2015. Advisors provide guidance to WDFW on a range of issues related to management of steelhead and cutthroat. Advisors also serve as an important communication link between the department and its constituents.
Advisors should have a broad statewide interest in steelhead and cutthroat. They must effectively communicate with large segments of the public and clearly articulate their ideas and guidance to fishery managers within the department. The advisory group will meet approximately four times each year and advisors are asked to provide comment on written material throughout the year.
Current members of the advisory group are encouraged to reapply. WDFW is also looking for new candidates with varied backgrounds who can effectively present their views on steelhead and anadromous cutthroat management to WDFW and the public.
OLYMPIA – People active in the sportfishing community have a few more weeks to apply for membership on a committee that oversees the Puget Sound Recreational Fisheries Enhancement program.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will now accept nominations to the 10-member Puget Sound Recreational Fisheries Enhancement Oversight Committee through Nov. 16. The original application deadline was Oct. 15.
Ryan Lothrop, WDFW’s Puget Sound recreational salmon manager, said people who have already applied to the committee do not need to re-submit their application.