Business leaders throughout Grays Harbor had lunch with state legislators
COPALIS CROSSING, Wash. - The fire district that covers Copalis Crossing has reached a deal with the City of Hoquiam to pay off back bills and restore ambulance service to the North Grays Harbor area.
Commissioners from district 16 met with Hoquiam officials and representatives from Senator Jim Hargrove's office this week to iron out a payment plan for about $12-thousand owed. City Administrator Brian Shay tells us the arrangement should have them caught up within a year and a half. Shay commended the current leadership team of 16, and said that city staff are working on a new formal agreement to provide EMS service to the area.
Fire District 16 has two levies on the November ballot, one for EMS, and one for Fire.