Law enforcement administrators meet in Pacific County to discuss trending issues

The Pacific County Sheriff recently hosted a meeting of local law enforcement administrators to discuss several regional issues. The combined agency meeting was

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Raymond adopts ordinance allowing All Terrain Vehicles on some streets

You can now drive your ATV on some streets in Raymond – as long as you have the proper paperwork. The city announced yesterday that they have approved ordinance 1823 which authorizes

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More Washington boaters require Boater Education Card in 2014

As of January 1st, 2014, all Washington boaters aged 59 or younger must have the state’s mandatory Boater Education Card on board when operating a motorboat with 15 horsepower or greater

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Forest Service Meetings to Discuss Land Management

MONTESANO, Wash. - The Quinault Forest Service is hosting two local meetings to invite the public to meet the new District Ranger, Dean Millett, and share their interest in the future management of the Humptulips, Quinault, and Matheney Forest Service lands.
 
Dean will give us an up-date on the 2010 project to start thinning the W. Fork Humptulips, as well as keeping access open to river bars with the help of the “Eyes in the Woods” organization. 
 
The public is invited to share what is important to them. Some issues identified so far include; road access, atv/quad use, seatbelt requirements, fire wood cutting and dispersed campsites. 
 
Meetings are Wed., Nov. 4th at the GH County Commissioners Mtg. Room from 6 to 8 PM. and on Thurs., Nov. 5th at the Forest Service Headquarters in Quinault from 5 to 7 PM.
 

Contact Dean Millett at 360-374-1222 or Dan Boeholt at 532-7046.