Hoquiam Adopts New Parking Ordinance, Stays Neutral on Spradlin Rock Protest
HOQUIAM, Wash. – The Hoquiam City council adopted new parking ordinances last night that leaves Myrtle street un-changed in front of the Grays Harbor PUD’s Nichol’s Building where currently a semi-truck and trailer sit in silent protest to a contract dispute between Spradlin Rock and the PUD. Spradlin Rock Owner Tim Spradlin attended last night’s council meeting, and said of the decision “It essentially keeps the city in a neutral position.”
Councilman Paul McMillan tells KBKW that the Public safety Committee reviewed parking ordinances dating back twenty years, removing 15-minute loading zones from some areas that haven’t had businesses in front of them for over 10 years.
(Click the story title to hear Hoquiam Mayor Jack Durney’s February 15th interview on Coffee Talk with Doug McDowell)