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Business briefs - April 8, 2011

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Ribbon cut at new community center on Bangor

Forest City Military Communities, LLC and Navy Region Northwest cut the ribbon on a 4,400-square-foot community center at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor’s family housing community last month. Ground was broken for the center in 2009 and it will serve as the cornerstone for on-base housing. The project is part of the ongoing privatization partnership the Navy has undertaken to update its on-base family housing and amenities. Pictured, from left to right, Phil Redlinger, Forest City resident services; Capt. Mark Olson, commanding officer, Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor; Michael Nanney, vice president, Forest City; Capt. Pat Rios, commanding officer, NAVFAC Northwest; Shannon Ramos, general manager, Forest City; John Ehle, senior vice president, Forest City; Aaron Brockus, Bremerton City Council.

Open houses for new Chico cottages

Public open houses are scheduled from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday for the grand opening of the Chico Beach Cottages by The Cottage Company. The residences, located at 7740 Chico Way NW., were built under the county’s urban low zoning designation that includes seven two to three bedroom homes clustered on a 1.1 acre Dyes Inlet waterfront parcel. For more information, visit www.cottagecompany.com.

Financial adviser awarded for outstanding service

Edward Jones Financial Adviser Jason Skifstad of Silverdale recently received the Winner’s Circle Award for outstanding service in the past year. Skifstad was one of 619 of the firm’s more than 12,000 financial advisors to receive the award.

The Doctors Clinic patient portal now available

The Doctors Clinic new online portal gives patients 24-hour access to their medical information. They will be able to complete tasks online including emailing physicians with non-urgent clinical questions, paying bills, requesting medical renewals and access medical records. The portal is the clinic’s next step after introducing electronic health records in 2008.

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