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- O4 Thursday, Sept. 11,2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-9 Project will also fix storm drainage, dty says By GORDON WEEKS gordon@masoncoun com E /en in a city noted for its broken roads, Shelton's Turner Avenue is no- torious for its cracked cement, hastily smoothed over holes and its tendency to flood. "It's almost like a creek bed ... It's almost comical," said Jason Dose, the city of Shelton's senior planner. "It's all broken up and patched." Drivers of the south Shelton street can soon expect a smoother ride. The city of Shelton's Public Works Depart- ment began working yesterday to grind up and completely repave Turner Av- enue between First and Seventh streets and make storm-drainage improve- ments on Turner between Angelside Road and Seventh Street. The work is scheduled to be complet- ed the week of Sept. 22. Residents can expect periodic road closures and con- struction-equipment obstructions, and are encouraged to use alternate routes. The city advises drivers to use caution and follow the directions of the flaggers in the working area. The city's Public Works Department hears many complaints about Turner Avenue, Dose said. "It's a horrible section of street," he said. Moving gravel is kicked up during heavy rains and causes vehicles to lose traction on the road, Dose said. During Journal photo by Gordon Weeks The stretch of Turner Avenue between First and Seventh streets is "almost comical" for its cracked cement and tendency to flood, said Shelton Senior Planner Jason Dose. The city of Shelton's Public Works Department began working yesterday to grind up and completely repave Turner Avenue between First and Seventh streets and make storm-drainage improvements on Turner between Angelside Road and Seventh Street. big storms, water bubbles up through is gone," Dose said. then will be completely repaved, he the cracks and mud runs down the The pavement will be ground up and said. road, he said. be compacted to be used as the base for "Everyone in the south end of town will "At that point, you know your base the street, Dose said. The seven blocks say, 'Great, it's about time," Dose said. HEALTH BRIEFS Seminar focuses on A free seminar on stroke prevention will be presented from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sept. 17 in the Pershing meeting room at Mason General Hos- pital & Family of Clin- ics, 901 Mountain View Drive, Shelton. The featured speaker will be Fawn Ross, a stroke/ telestroke coordinator at Providence St. Peter Hospital in Olympia. To register, call Sabrina Nelson at 432- 7725 or email snelson@ masongeneral.com. Now serving Baked Oysters & Steamed Clams from 11:00 to 3:00 Come up for LUNCH! HAMA HAMA Est. 1922 13 miles North of Hoodsport meeting rooms at Ma- will include informa- son General Hospital, tion about medications, medication 9Ol Mountain View offers class proper meal planning, Drive, Shelton. exercise, prevention and to host The guest speaker will treatment of complica- topic of be Keith Fongemie, phar- on diabetes tions, stress manage- fitness fair macy clinical coordinator ment, living well and for Mason General. A two-day course on engaging support people, A freedom-from-falls He encourages fam- diabetes management and a health-care team, workshop and fitness ily members and loved will be offered by Ma-Relatives and significant fair will be presented ones to attend so theyson General Hospital &others are also invited to from 10 a.m. to noon Navigating the dia- have the knowledge to Family of Clinics fromattend the class. Sept. 24 at the Pa- betes medication maze support their loved ones 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept.There will be a fee for vilion, 190 W. Sentry will be the topic of a as they manage their 16 and 17 in the Persh- the class, but diabetes Drive, Shelton. meeting hosted by the diabetes, ing and Ellinor meeting education is a coveredThe event will be Mason General Hospi- For more informa- rooms at Mason Generalservice by most insur-free, but registration tal & Family of Clinic's tion, call Sue BarwickHospital, 901 Mountainance plans. To register, is requested. Call 426- Shelton Diabetes Sup- at 427-7332. From A1- View Drive, Shelton. call Sue Barwick at 426- 7374. port Group from 1 p.m. lyn, call 275-8614 andThe class, conducted 1611, ext. 28941. From to 2 p.m. Sept. 18 in the ask for the Diabetes by Mason General Allyn, call 275-8614, Compiled by reporter Pershing and Ellinor Wellness Center. Hospital employees, ext. 28941. Gordon Weeks Send money instantly and securely with our App and PCU Mobile Send money to family, friends, and small businesses as easy and fast as sending an email or text. Find out more at a branch, by phone (800) 426-1601 or online at www.pcfcu.org PCU Members can download PCU Mobile FREE from iTunes and GooglePlay. C R E D 0 N hamahamaoysters.com