The July 2014 issue of The Observer newsletter is now available on our website. Read to find out more about new oil tankers coming to Prince William Sound, an update on recent contingency plan reviews, the recent passing of former executive director John Devens and board members Walt Parker and Iver Malutin, a council project to document the oral history of the Exxon Valdez oil spill and an update from our outreach coordinator who took a trip into the Sound to attend the annual Chenega Bay memorial.
- First of two new oil tankers to begin service in Prince William Sound in 2014 (7/24/2014)
- Prince William Sound spill contingency plans under review (7/24/2014)
- Bauer reelected, new members welcomed, long-time volunteers honored (7/24/2014)
- After a long life of service, Walt Parker passes away at 87 (7/24/2014)
- John Devens, former council executive director, dies at 74 (7/24/2014)
- Iver Malutin, Kodiak advocate, passes away at 82 (7/24/2014)
- New Zealanders in search of Exxon Valdez lessons (7/24/2014)
- Let’s not write off mechanical oil recovery in Prince William Sound spill response (7/24/2014)
- Employee training increases safety, saves lives (7/24/2014)
- Oral history of Exxon Valdez now complete and online (7/24/2014)
- Council staffer keeps a close eye on terminal for last fourteen years (7/24/2014)
- Anchorage administrative assistant position changes hands (7/24/2014)
- Inspection and testing of secondary containment liners at terminal observed (7/24/2014)
- The power of shared history – Chenega Bay (7/24/2014)
Questions or comments about any of the articles? We would love to hear your feedback! Please contact council project manager Amanda Johnson, 907-277-7222 with your comments.