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Frank Gordon – Grays Harbor County Commissioner

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National Night Out party lists for Aberdeen and Hoquiam

National Night Out 2014

National Night Out locations  August 5th from 6 – 10 PM National Night Out provides an opportunity for all community members to get to know one another and build strong networks of communication throughout neighborhoods. Last year, neighborhoods throughout the

Frank Gordon – County Commissioner

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Grays Harbor County Commissioners choose not to submit stance on crude by rail

Port of Grays Harbor

The County Commissioners yesterday decided not to weigh in on the current scoping of two projects that seek to export crude oil through Grays Harbor. Cosmopolis Mayor Vickie Raines advised the commissioners against adopting a resolution “I think at this

County Commissioners shape proposed Public Hospital District #2, heads for August ballot

Proposed Public Hospital District #2 in Grays Harbor

The Grays Harbor County Commissioners have accepted the proposed Public Hospital District’s boundaries, as it was presented by petition. With a “nay” vote from Commissioner Wes Cormier who had proposed an Aberdeen-Hoquiam-Cosmopolis district, the commissioners accepted Herb Welch’s motion to

Grays Harbor Transit denies bus ads against crude-by-rail

Grays Harbor Transit denies Crude by Rail ads

Grays Harbor Transit will not weigh in on the crude by rail debate. Citing their current policy on political ads, the Transit Authority Board last night declined to authorize a request  made by Aberdeen resident Tori Kovach to advertise on their

Frank Gordon – Grays Harbor County Commissioner

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Frank Gordon – Grays Harbor County Commotioner – February 13, 2014

Addiction, and a recap of the recent Aberdeen City Council meeting. New business for the Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s Department. Funding for the inter-agency DTF. Part 1 Part 2  

County amends code to allow larger buildings without permit

Grays Harbor County residents can now build larger outbuildings thanks to an amendment adopted yesterday that eases restrictions from 200 to 800 square foot single story buildings before needing a permit. Public comment included rural property owners looking to build

State AG says Grays Harbor Commissioners need a new list for County Prosecutor

A new list of three, but they can’t pick their own, that’s the answer for Grays Harbor County Commissioners from the state Attorney General’s office in the ongoing debate to fill the vacant County Prosecutor position. A letter from the