All of the e-mails sent to Mayor Bozeman have helped immensely I believe. Every phone call, every letter, every e-mail, EVERYTHING is helping us. I mean to put myself and Jason Clackley in charge of everything but I think this is the best idea because we’ve been working really hard on getting necessary info, making phone calls, and organizing meetings and stuff. This is also a better idea so we can make sure everything stays more organized and there isn’t a bunch of confusion. I don’t want this to sound controlling in the least bit; I just want to make sure everyone is on the same page. So I think if anyone wants any info on any of this, or wants to share any info on this, my email is email@example.com and my cell phone number is (360)471-5197. I am also on AOL instant messenger at returntoxsenderx. Jason’s cell phone number is (360)286-5848. His AIM name is sanglpus. You can also reach the both of us at valleyofthedinosaurs@Hotmail.com I know that’s a lot of contact information but we’re just making sure everyone has a way of getting a hold of someone that can hopefully get them any information they might want.
Now on to bigger and better things…
If you haven’t sent an e-mail or letter or made a phone call to the Mayor’s office, I encourage you to do so. Also, to everyone who HAS made any such contact, I can’t stress enough how important it is that we also re-write each letter and e-mail and send them to the Kitsap County Commissioners as well as the Kitsap County Sheriff. I know it might seem like a pain, but you have to look at the bigger picture here everyone. Here is the contact info for the mayor again, as well as the contact info for the Sheriff and Commissioners:
Mayor Cary Bozeman—(360) 473-5266
345 6th Street, Suite 600, Bremerton WA 98337
8:00AM - 5:00PM, Monday-Friday
Sheriff Steve Boyer
Kitsap County Sheriff's Office
614 Division St MS-37, Port Orchard WA 98366
Phone:(360)337-7101 * Fax:(360)337-4923
Commissioners' Office, MS-4
614 Division Street, Port Orchard, WA, 98366
Phone:(360)337-7146 * Fax:(360)337-4632
(Thanks to Olympia Brando for getting this for me, sorry I don’t know your real name, heh)
I know this is a lot to read but I hope you don’t get bored and stop reading. Here is info for an information meeting/gathering session. This is for anyone who wants to come and hang out and discuss this situation, as well as ideas, how they think things are going, and all the juicy stuff. If weather permits, we will be meeting at 5:00 p.m. at the gazebo on 4th and Washington in downtown Bremerton. This is a block or two up from the ferry, and on the same street as the roxy. It’s important everyone gets to have their say about everything and has an input in this.
As far as the city council meeting goes, it is on May 3rd at 5:30 p.m. I know previous statements said 8:30 but somewhere along the lines someone read something wrong and that was what was quoted to me. But I checked with the council and it is most definitely at 5:30 p.m. Please make sure your family and friends know about this time change so there isn’t any confusion. At 4 p.m. the same day, we will all be meeting at the same gazebo (the one on 4th and Washington) to make sure everything is set and organized. Organization is the key here everyone, as it is extremely important that they know we are passionate about this enough to present ourselves accordingly.
This is the latest news for everyone, and I hope everyone will come out and show their support. I will continue to make updates as the days go on and as new info is passed along to me. Remember to make your voice heard, use these resources. This WILL happen for Bremerton.
-Dustin Mangini and Jason Clackley