Signing up for email renewal reminders is fast and easy, with cables, throttle and shifter. $100 Call Jeff Kroeller and they provide a link to the DOL website that provides (206) 450-3523 fee details and the necessary information to renew online. Renewing online can have new registration de- cals ordered and on their way within minutes of receiv- ing the reminder notice.
Boat registrations also can be renewed in person, but the owner should make sure to note the registration number on the bow of the boat or watercraft and take that infor- mation to a neighborhood vehicle licensing office.
“Email renewal reminders are fast, inexpensive and have tremendous environmental benefits,” DOL Director Liz Luce said.
The current owners of Washington’s 286,597 boats and watercraft will receive a postcard this year only letting them know that paper renewal notices are being discon- tinued and offering the email alternative.
Unlike vehicle registrations, boat and watercraft regis- trations all expire on the same day every year—June 30. In addition to sending email renewal notices for boats each year, DOL will send an annual press release to help remind owners to renew their boat registrations and post reminders on the agency’s website, blog and Facebook page.
DOL also offers email renewal reminders for cars and trucks, but paper renewal notices for those will continue to be sent unless owners choose to receive an email re- minder. DOL hopes individuals signing up to receive an email renewal reminder for their boat also will take a moment and sign up to receive reminders for their vehi- cles.
“These cost savings are immediate and substantial,” Luce said. “Every time we send a boat or vehicle owner an email renewal notice instead of paper, the state saves 55 cents.”
Boat owners can sign up for email renewal notices through the agency’s website at dol.wa.gov, when re- newing their boat online or at their neighborhood vehi- cle licensing office.
LOX AND CHIP HORDEVUERS Submitted by Val Cotey [via Angie Kroeller]
Val doesn’t know that I am submitting this. But since she the recipe from a recent magazine publication I don’t think she’ll mind. We loved this at Longbranch.
Salt and pepper flavored kettle style potato chips Lox (she used Costco) Crème Fraiche or sour cream Lemon zest (strips of rind from the lemon without the white pith, sliced thinly)
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Two fold down seats for dinghy or fishing boat. Made by Garelick paid $134.99 each asking $65.00 each. On- ly used one season. Also bolt to floor steering station
Pick out the best potato chips that are whole. Top with a piece of the lox then a small dollop of Crème Fraiche and finish with a piece or two of lemon zest. The potato chip makes a great alternative to using crackers and adds a great flavor. You could use smoked salmon, caviar, capers, pars- ley, chives or just about anything...try out your creativity...bet you can’t eat just one!