Clallam County commissioners will be asked to pass a new Flow-Control Ordinance causing all solid waste generated in the county be trucked to Port Angeles.
With more fiber optics connections per capita than nearly any other city, Port Angeles is uniquely suited to become a magnet for work from home type workers.
With 23 different “Economic Development” entities on the peninsula why is un-employment a chronic problem in Port Angeles? Lack of jobs is the main problem on which no one seems to agree.
The Port Angeles deep water harbor may require a $100 million dollar clean-up. Just how did Port Angeles taxpayers get on the hook for this pollution? More importantly, how do taxpayers get off the hook financially?
After spending $26 million the city council’s signature project for 2013 is stalled and out of money.