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The City of Bridgeport is accepting letters of interest from persons desiring to fill a vacancy on the City Council. Please submit in person to City Hall, by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by regular mail to PO Box 640, Bridgeport, WA 98813. Must be a resident of City of Bridgeport to serve.
The City of Bridgeport seeks a qualified person or couple for the position of RV Park camp host. We are looking for friendly, energetic, positive-minded people to host for the 2014 season from April 1st to October 31st. Marina Park is a 25 site park with full hookups, restrooms and day park facilities located along the Columbia River, just downstream from Chief Joseph Dam. Duties include, but not limited to, taking reservations, check in/out, cleaning restrooms, clean up trash, light grounds maintenance, maintain park rules and provide highest level of customer service. Pay includes camp site with full hook up and salary. For more information contact Karen Brown at Bridgeport City Hall, 509-686-4041, email@example.com. Applications available on line or at City Hall. Applications will be received until position is filled.
Douglas County and the cities of Bridgeport, East Wenatchee, and Rock Island propose to amend the Douglas County Regional Shoreline Master Program, which governs development and alterations in shoreline areas throughout the county. Below are links to the proposed amendments and related documents. For additional information please contact Steve Neuenschwander, Douglas County Transportation and Land Services, (509)884-7173.
2013 draft smp amendments - 8-27-2013_fr SN 09.23.13.pdf
2013_DCRSMP_LimitedAmendment_Comments_fr SN 12.06.13pdf
Nestled between beautiful hills along the Columbia River, Bridgeport's main area industry is agriculture with apple and cherry orchards in and around the City. Outside of the City wheat fields are prevalent.
The area, rich with outdoor recreation opportunities and beautiful scenery, is a popular destination for anglers, hunters, kayakers, boaters, photographers and other outdoor enthusiasts. Locals and visitors, alike, enjoy the sun in the summer and the snow in the winter.
Citizens enjoy a slower-paced way of life without the usual stressors of a larger city. People who live and work within Bridgeport enjoy an easy commute with no traffic signals and no rush-hour or gridlock. Bridgeport boasts a lower cost of living than the State average and the lowest power rates in the country, making it an affordable place for many to live or own vacation homes.
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