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Jack Durney – Hoquiam Mayor

Jack Durney talks marijuana ordinances, train derailments, and lowest bidders. Part 1 Part 2

Hoquiam City Council split 6-6, declines Marijuana zoning ordinance

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The clouds almost parted over Hoquiam’s moratorium on marijuana businesses last night, as the city council adopted their revised zoning ordinance that would have allowed state licensed stores in some areas on a close 7-5 vote. But then they rejected

Aberdeen and Hoquiam discussing merger of Fire Departments

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Aberdeen and Hoquiam have begun exploring the process of consolidation their fire and paramedic services, Aberdeen Mayor Bill Simpson told his city council last night “Over the last couple of weeks we have been meeting with [Hoquiam City Administrator] Brian

Hoquiam to celebrate Arbor Day, 6th year as Tree City USA, with new trees along 28th Street

Hoquiam Tree City USA

In honor of Arbor Day, the City of Hoquiam Urban Forestry Committee, in partnership with  local Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts, will plant two Tschonski flowering crab trees on the west side of Olympic Stadium along 28th Street. The scouts

Jack Durney – Hoquiam Mayor

Zoning on Marijuana, historic preservation, and volunteer recognition.   Part 1 Part 2

Hoquiam raises ambulance rates for non-residents

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Ambulance rates are on the rise in Hoquiam, but only if you are a non-resident that needs help within city limits. Finance Director Mike Folkers said Monday “We’ve ran some numbers on the previous runs that we’ve had and if

Testing and clean-up efforts continue as Emerson Manor in Hoquiam remains closed

Emerson Manor Apartments in Hoquiam

The Grays Harbor County Emergency Management Agency reports residents of the Emerson in Hoquiam have settled in to temporary housing, cleanup efforts continued today. Chuck Wallace said Wednesday afternoon “Mayor Jack Durney and his staff have worked very hard to

Hoquiam looks to ban all marijuana business until it’s federally legal

The Hoquiam city council last night took one step closer to a ban on all marijuana businesses. Councilman Paul McMillan amended their planning commission report that recommended all marijuana processing, producing, and retailing businesses be located in the city’s industrial zones.

Hoquiam to rethink new fire station after bids come back too high

HOQUIAM, Wash. - The city of Hoquiam will likely remodel, instead of rebuild, the Eastside fire station after learning that a grant for nearly a million dollars won't cover the costs. Mayor Jack Durney tells us even though they had

Grays Harbor Transit to offer free bus service for holiday shopping

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Grays Harbor Transit will offer free bus service for holiday shoppers again this year, the Authority's board approved the schedule this week. Board President Jack Durney supported the service. "This is the time of year that helps