New limits on bass, walleye, and channel catfish now in effect for select lakes, rivers throughout Washington
A Concerned citizen who lives at the end of Simpson Avenue told the Aberdeen city council last night that they "have no idea what it's like living next to a chainsaw carver."
Steve Rowe Junior has lived in his home for 18 years now, and said that while they have complained of the noise from the daily chainsaw running of the vendor, he said he feels as the city has brushed him off.
Investigation at the scene revealed that a 2001 Kenworth Log Truck, driven by a 24 year old Arlington, Washington man, was completing a turn from 5th Street to southbound on Simpson Avenue when the second of two trailers the truck was pulling rolled over. Both trailers were loaded with logs.
With 50 ballots left to count, the County auditor reports a 41% voter turnout, and shows the levy rejected by 66% Parks And Recreation Coordinator Mike Bruner explained the Levy at a recent meeting on the City's intention with Lake Sylvia, a meeting that was intended to discuss options with the park the State says they cannot afford to maintain; his introduction by mayor Ron Shillenger asked the question [in the attached audio].
The Hoquiam City Council has sent letters out to the Business Association urging members for their support of Grays Harbor's recycled paper. Grays Harbor Paper has been working with the State Legeslature, to encourage state departments to use recycled paper - some State of Washington IT Staff have argued that the recycled paper doesn't work well with some photocopy machines.
Mayor Jack Durney told the council Monday night that they have contacted many of the state's representatives about this issue. Contacting their representatives to support legeslation that would require state agencies to use recycled paper in their offices.