Beverly Beach Improvement Club

P.O.Box 12
Freeland, WA 98249-0012
(3.11.2019)
 
Beverly Beach
            Welcome Sign 

 

 Board of Trustees
Historical


Beverly Beach
            Waterfront 

 

Board Meeting Minutes

2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
01-10-2007 B 03-07-2008 01-09-2009 01-07-2010
05-11-2011 02-08-2012
04-12-2013
02-05-2014
01-07-2015 04-25-16
05-08-17
03-16-18
02-28-19
01-10-2007 06-11-2008 02-14-2009 04-08-2010 06-01-2011 03-28-2012
06-03-2013
04-24-2014
02-09-2015
06-22-16
06-22-17
04-19-18

03-14-2007 07-12-2008 06-19-2009 06-24-2010 06-29-2011 05-17-2012
06-13-2013
06-27-2014
04-15-2015
08-04-16
10-05-17
07-19-18

03-24-2007 08-30-2008 08-28-2009
07-18-2011
05-31-2012
09-16-2013
09-19-2014
06-14-2015
10-20-16

10-30-18

05-07-2007 09-20-2008

08-10-2011
09-06-2012


11-20-2015




05-25-2007 09-29-2008

10-05-2011
11-29-2012






05-31-2007 10-29-2008










07-27-2007 12-13-2008










08-12-2007











08-14-2007











11-19-2007



















































Annual Meeting Minutes
2019 ANNUAL MEETING
Saturday, August 10, 2019

2008 Meeting Minutes

2009 Meeting Minutes

2010 Meeting Minutes
2011 Meeting Minutes
2012 Meeting Minutes
2013 Meeting Minutes
2014 Meeting Minutes
2015 Meeting Minutes
2016 Meeting Minutes
2017 Meeting Minutes
2018 Meeting Minutes


Water System Information
 Turning Your Water Off When You Will Be Away
BBIC Owner Responsibilities
Rate Structure
Water System Connection Policy
BBIC Water System Map
Water Right

Ground Water Permit
Washington State Public Water System Operating Permit
Washington State Department of Health approval for 176 water system hookups
Asset Inventory Worksheet
Water Quality Monitoring Schedule

EMERGENCY CONTACTS
BEVERLY BEACH IMPROVEMENT CLUB
WATER SUPPLY STORAGE TANKS, TREATMENT PLANT AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

IN THE EVENT OF DAMAGE OR THREATS TO THE SYSTEM PLEASE CONTACT THE FOLLOWING AS SOON AS POSSIBLE:

WATER & WASTEWATER SYSTEMS-OPERATOR
     Emergency pager: (360) 630-0970

     Daytime office phone: (360) 466-4443

ROBIN CHARLWOOD BBIC PRESIDENT

     Anytime mobile phone: (425) 478-1642

GORDY FREDERICKSON BBIC VICE-PRESIDENT

     Anytime mobile phone: (360) 914-2566

 

Consumer Confidence Reports

June 2008 Consumer Confidence Report
July 2009 Consumer Confidence Report

July 2010 Consumer Confidence Report

July 2011 Consumer Confidence Report
May 2012 Consumer Confidence Report
June 2013 Consumer Confidence Report
May 2014 Consumer Confidence Report
June 2015 Consumer Confidence Report
June 2016 Consumer Confidence Report
June 2017 Consumer Confidence Report
June 2018 Consumer Confidence Report


Department of Health Sanitary Survey
2012
2017


Bacterial and Inorganic Water Testing
Reports by Date Sampled
        

2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
09-28-10 01-25-11 02-02-12
01-03-13
01-02-14
 01-06-15
01-05-16
01-03-17
01-03-18 02-20-19
11-30-10 02-17-11 03-02-12
02-05-13
02-04-14
 02-03-15
02-02-16
02-07-17
02.05.18

12-28-10 03-24-11 03-21-12
Fe Mn
03-05-13
03-04-14
03-03-15
03-03-16
03-02-17
03-05-18


 04-21-11 04-03-12
04-02-13
04-01-14
03-24-15 IOC
04-05-16
03-28-17
IOC

04-09-18

05-24-11 05-01-12
05-02-13
04-03-14 IOC
04-02-15
05-03-16
04-04-17

04-23-18
IOC


06-23-11 06-05-12
06-04-13
05-06-14
05-05-15
06-02-16
05-02-17
05-02-18

08-04-11 07-03-12
07-02-13
06-03-14
EPA 552.3
EPA 524.2
04-23-15 COC
07-07-16
04-25-17
06-04-18

08-09-11
08-02-12
08-06-13
07-01-14
04-23-15 IOC
08-02-16
06-01-17
07-09-18

09-06-11
08-28-12 Nitrate*
08-15-13 Nitrate*
08-05-14
06-02-15
08-09-16 IOC
07-06-17
09-17-18


09-08-11
Pb Cu
09-06-12
8-15-13
VOC ODBP
07-31-14
Chloride &
Conductivity

06-02-15Asb1
06-02-15Asb2
09-06-16
08-01-17



 11-03-11
10-04-12
10-01-13
09-02-14
07-02-15
09-06-16
VOC

09-07-17



11-07-11 Mn 11-01-12
11-05-13
09-02-14
DBP**

08-04-15
10-04-16
09-07-17
IOC





12-04-12
05-16-13 Asbestos
09-02-14
VOC

08-04-15
ODBP

11-01-16
09-07-17
Pb,Cu






12-03-13
09-02-14
Pb&Cu

08-11-15
IOC

12-01-16
09-07-17
Conduct






12-05-13 10-08-14
09-01-15
11-29-16
IOC

10-03-17






10-14-14
Nitrates

09-01-15
Vol Organics


11-15-17






11-04-14
10-01-15

12-06-17






12-02-14
10-01-15
Nitrates









12-10-14
Arsenic

11-03-15









12-01-15














Notes: * The Nitrate test is a yearly one that all group "A" water systems take. The MCL is 10 MG/L, ND means Not-Detected.
** Disinfectant By-products report


Water System Operators Journal

Year/Operator
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2017/WWS










11-2017
12-2017
2018/WWS
01-2018 02-2018
03-2018
04-2018
05-2018
06-2018
07-2018
08-2018


Annual
11-2018
12-2018
2019/WWS
01-2019
02-2019










WWS = Water & wastewater Services

Static & Drawdown Well Water Level Readings (Feet)
(Well Depth: 270', DD=>After Drawdown for 20 Min)

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
2010





225.5






2011







8/5
227.5




2012

2/17
226.5
DD-229.25





8/13
226.5
DD 229.33




2013


3/18
225
DD 229




8/15
226.5
DD 229.25




2014



4/14
226.4
DD 228.7



8/22
9/4
226.5





2015


3/16
225.9





8/10
225.12
DD 229.5





2016



4/8
225.1
DD 229.4




8/8
226.5
DD 229.4





2017




5/5
225.5


9/4
225.3
DD 228.5



11/27
233.91

2018




5/30
230.5



8/17
224.5
DD 228.8






Water Usage Reports
Details of water usage from February 2010 through July 2010 By Private Account Number
Details of water usage from August 2010 through July 2011 By Private Account Number
Details of water usage from August 2011 through July 2012 By Private Account Number
Details of water usage from August 2012 through July 2013 By Private Account Number
Details of water usage from August 2013 through July 2014 By Private Account Number
Details of water usage from August 2014 through July 2015 By Private Account Number
Details of water usage from August 2015 through July 2016 By Private Account Number
Details of water usage from August 2016 through July 2017 By Private Account Number
Details of water usage from August 2017 through July 2018 By Private Account Number
Details of water usage from August 2018 through July 2019 By Private Account Number
Multi-Year Comparison

Monthly Water Audits
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
2017-2018

Community Information

Beverly Beach Community Aerial Photo


Articles of Incorporation

Amendment to Article IX (10-19-2011)

Amendment to Article VIII (5-26-1996)

Original Articles of Incorporatio (1-16-1948)


By-Laws and other Historical Documents

2014 Recorded By-Laws
2011 By-Laws (1-25-2011)
 2008 By-Laws (9-02-2008)
By-Laws (03-25-2002)


Beverly Bewach
          Well


Related Links

Whidbey Island Water Systems Association

Beverly Beach
          Bulletin Board

Announcements


Here are the basic rules on fireworks as of 6/22/2015:

 
  • Both Island County and City of Oak Harbor follow fireworks guidelines set by Washington state law.
  • Only legal fireworks are allowed including sparklers, cylindrical fountains, cone fountains, ground spinners roman candles and smoke devices.
  • Illegal fireworks include missile-type rockets, sky rockets, fire crackers, salutes and chasers. 
  • Essentially, legal fireworks may be set off starting on June 28 from Noon to 11 PM.  Thereafter, through July 5 they may be set off between 9 AM and 11 PM. 
  • The one exception is that on July 4 they may be set off until Midnight.
  • Potential fire conditions due to weather could cause this to change, and those using fireworks are responsible for knowing the law at all times.
Raccoons

It has come to our attention that our neighborhood is being overrun by raccoons. Raccoons are wild animals. Feeding raccoons does not make them tamer, it makes them more aggressive as they come to depend on humans for their food source. The more they are fed, the more they breed. Feeding promotes and encourages contact with people and domesticated animals. Already there has been an unprovoked attack on a dog.


Raccoons carry many diseases the worst of which is a parasite known as raccoon roundworm found in their feces. . The roundworm spore is extremely difficult to kill, small enough to be inhaled and can infect humans. Infection can cause death. It is extremely dangerous.


The CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC) states: The raccoon roundworm, Baylisascaris procyonis, is increasingly recognized as a cause of serious or fatal larva migrans disease in humans and animals.

You can read the complete CDC article on line:

http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/9/12/03-0039_article.htm

Raccoons have established a raccoon latrine on one of our neighbors property. It will require very careful and expensive removal. Also the runoff from this latrine will eventually enter our harbor.


To avoid conflicts and diminish the raccoon population we can do the following.

  1.   DO NOT feed Raccoons
  2.   secure garbage cans
  3.   feed cats and dogs inside
  4.   secure compost containers

Let's make our neighborhood safer for everyone.

Thank -you

David and Heather Pentz

John and Maureen Horn

Don Benofski

Anita and Moe Jerome

Don and Suzanne Dally



Site Created By David Demorest

Phone: (360) 730-1553   Email: d02@whidbey.com