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Clallam County commissioners will ask a judge to settle a dispute with treasurer Selinda Barkhuis over the process by which the board approved a pair of infrastructure grants this summer. That after Barkhuis refused to issue the warrants saying the commissioners had not held proper public hearings before issuing the grants from the county’s opportunity fund.
Commissioner Bill Peach says the options were do nothing, have a jury trial, or agree to let a judge make the decision.
He talks about it with Forks 1490′s Ken Lambert:
A coalition of southwest Washington business owners says a couple of years of delays haven’t dampened its resolve to prevent the nation’s largest oil-by-rail terminal from being built at the Port of Vancouver. The group has penciled out some suggested job loss numbers if the Vancouver Energy facility is built by Tesoro-Savage.
Chris Thomas reports:
The Clallam County Canvassing Board met last week to discuss any possible irregularities in the August 4th primary. That board consists of County auditor Shoona Riggs, Board of Commissioners Chair Jim McEntire and County Prosecutor Mark Nichols – who says there were no major problems.
But he did say that some ballots had to be thrown out due to the signatures not matching.
Nichols says sometimes people’s signatures change over the years. He’s urging people who haven’t done it for a while to update their signature cards with the county Audtor.
He talks about that and more with Forks 1490′s John Lamb
CBS news reporter Carter Evans speaks to the widow of a firefighter who lost his life fighting the blazes in northern Washington.
The Clallam County Burn Ban is being modified to include all campgrounds within unincorporated Clallam County (County controlled campgrounds are included in the burn ban). This modification prohibits all outdoor burning.
That due to low humidity and warmer weather.
That means no campfires, bonfires, briquette BBQ’s, residential yard debris clean-up, trash disposal, land clearing, weed abatement and agricultural burning activity.
Propane/gas appliances are permitted provided the use is over a non-flammable surface and at least 5 feet from flammable vegetation.
You can find more information concerning Defensible Space on the Clallam County website http://www.clallam.net/Permits/burningrestrictions.html
More on the fires burning around the state in this report: