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.
Dr. Luke Robins; President of Peninsula College along with Larry Hueth; CEO of First Federal and Brian Kuh; President of Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce presented an informative program surrounding Economic Development at today’s meeting.
I would like to take the opportunity to share who I am and why I started pursuing this cause to ban,and remove the Smart Meters in Port Angeles.. I have resided in Port Angeles 20 + years . I have a wonderful husband and together we have three dogs that bring much joy and happiness to us.
I worked in the medical field for 30 + years. With all the new data regarding hypersensitivity to Radio Frequency Radiation and how it effects you and with all the new documentation on other than health I decided to research on my own to become more knowledgeable, and with here’s what I found.
The City of Port Angeles is in the business of providing a variety of utility services at cost to its customers, including electricity and water. Because of this, the City meters customer’s electricity and water consumption and then bills them every month. An electric meter is just a device used to measure the amount of electric energy consumed by a residence, business, or an electrically powered device such as a street light. Similarly, a water meter measures the amount of water consumed.
There’s something exciting about arriving in a new place for the first time, and the thrill is magnified ten-fold when a fresh salty breeze is tossing your hair as you approach your destination by sea.
Leaving Victoria; as I watched the distant mountains grow larger and more pronounced in front of me, from the deck of the Coho. Suddenly the ship let out a deep bellied blast announcing our arrival and a smile spread across my face.