ABERDEEN, Wash. – Two groups have been granted a brief audience at the Hoquiam City Council meeting tonight, both the Working Wild Olympics, and the Wild Olympics groups will be presenting their side of a land management debate raging over the proposed expansion and management of the Olympic National Forest.
George Donovan, a local property developer tells us land management in Washington is an important topic that everyone should be involved in “We have a substantial National Park, and Federal Government owned land in the state of Washington, but those were set up for specific purposes, for you and I to be able to enjoy those properties.” On the other side of Myrtle Street, the City of Aberdeen has a draft version of their resolution to oppose the wildolympics campaign, however Aberdeen has not yet heard from the wildolympics group.