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Langlois Water District is looking to hire a District Manager

  • Job Title: District Manager/ Direct Responsible Charge (DRC) 15 April 2021
  • Veterans Preference
  • Salary Range: (26.000 – 36,000 +) Actual Salary will be Based on Experience, Community size and
  • Certification Levels; Determined by Langlois Water District (LWD) Board of Directors
  • Reports to: LWD Board of Directors
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): Exempt
  • Position Type: Salary, Regular
  • Revision Date; 11 April 2018

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Election Information 2021 Langlois Water District

Dear Community Members,

The Langlois Water District will have three positions up for re-election this year. Position number(s) 3-Janet Hubel, 4-Warren Fitzgerald and 5-Judy Fitzgerald. The Langlois Water District desperately needs community support and volunteers to work in these elected positions while serving your community. Thank you to those who have stepped up already and have served their community.

Positions may require little more than monthly attendance while others will require addition time within the month to follow through with Board responsibilities and assignments. Board positions ie. Board Char, Vice Chair, Treasurer and Secretary are determined and voted in by the new Board at the first meeting.

Who can run for office?

Any registered voter who resides within the boundaries of the established Langlois Water District.

Langlois Water District is basically defined as those residence between Bono Road and Allen Boice Ln.

How to File for an Elected Position on the Water Board

Print the Candidate Filing Form (SEL190) and Candidate Signature Sheet (SEL121), or pick up a packet at the library or post office, and follow the instructions.

Filing dates are 6 February through 18 March 2021. Applications must be received by the Curry County Election Office on or before 18 March 2021.

Fill out Candidate File form (SEL 190), you have two choices, you can either send in a $10.00 fee OR a petition (SEL 121) form with your submission. A Petition requires 15 signatures from registered voters residing within the water district. The $10.00 does not require any signatures. You must list which position you are running for…. Position #3, #4, or #5. It is very important that not all candidates run for the same position!

If you have any questions please call for Warren (Hal) Fitzgerald at the Langlois Water Office and they will relay a message to him. Ph 541-348-2142.


Thank you for your consideration!

Langlois Water Board

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Wanted: Images and recolections of Lakeport Oregon

We've been meaning to do a write up of the doomed town of lakeport which was envisioned as the largest port between San Fransisco and Seattle right here on Floras lake in the early 1900's. 


Lakeport, for a brief time the largest town in Curry County, was located on Floras Lake, a 236-acre freshwater lake on the Oregon Coast ten miles north of Port Orford. The town had a dramatic rise and fall in the early twentieth century, when the adroit boosterism of Lakeport’s potential as a port town turned out to be based on false promises.

It's a great local story and has been documented in a book and in old newspapers ( see Lakeport, Ghost Town of the South Oregon Coast: An Oregon Documentary Paperback – April 1, 1990 by Bert and Margie Webber available at the Langlois LIbrary)

I just thought maybe if someone has some old school photos from those days it would be interesting to digitize them and do a write up of this period .. Langlois was almost the biggest port town adjacent on the whole west coast (spoiler .. Floras lake is above sea level so it all drained out .. thus no port)


Please use the Contact Us page to let us know if you've got any Lakeport info/pics etc.  Thanks! Read more about Wanted: Images and recolections of Lakeport Oregon

Langlois has a new librarian!

 A new full-time library director, Cynthia Hovind, joined the Langlois Public Library District last week. According to district board chair Susan Orbom, “Cynthia’s enthusiastic personality, her interesting background, and her professional experience as a rural librarian make her a perfect fit for our community. We are thrilled to have her on our staff.”

Ms. Hovind is delighted to be back on the Southern Coast. She comes to Langlois from Fall City (near Salem) and has also lived in Alaska and the San Juan Islands as well as Bandon some years ago. Educated in the Northwest, as an undergraduate at Evergreen College she focused on Native American Studies and earned her Masters degree at University of Oregon. She is a practiced storyteller and apprentice basket maker. On a good day, you will find her reading science fiction in her spare time and dabbling in her vegetable garden.

Planning is underway for al fresco summer events at Langlois Library including an outdoor book sale, concert/ice cream social and movie nights on the lawn. The Friends of LPL who are sponsoring these events would welcome new members. Inquire at the library. Donations of gently used books are now being accepted.

There is still time (until March 18) to run for the LPL special district board, a wonderful community service opportunity. See the Curry County Clerk’s website .

Patrons can place holds online and find information about new books, library events, book donations, elections, and much more on the library website . Another great source of information and amusing library tidbits is the LPL facebook page.

LPL will maintain its current schedule of curbside service and limited entrance by appointment weekdays, 11 AM through 4:30 PM, for the next few weeks with the intention of being fully open in the near future. Watch the website and the reader board on the lawn for changes. Read more about Langlois has a new librarian!


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