The Clallam Transit Board has accepted the resignation of General Manager Wendy Clark-Getzin.
The board voting 8-0 Monday after a closed-door executive session.
Later in the meeting, the board voted to appoint Kevin Gallacci as acting general manager.
Clark-Getzin did not attend the meeting. She will be on administrative leave until her resignation takes effect May 30.
Because of the long, wet winter, Washingtonians who suffer from allergies have a few more weeks to prepare for the pollen season this spring.
Eric Tegethoff reports:
The search for 22 -year-old Jacob Gray of Bellevue, missing for more than 10-days in Olympic National Park, is scaling back.
That from said Clallam County Sheriff’s Chief Criminal Deputy Brian King.
Gray went missing April 5 when he left a relative’s Port Townsend home on a bicycle towing a trailer full of camping gear.
His bike and camping gear were found the next day about 6.5 miles up Sol Duc Hot Springs Road in Olympic National Park, but there was no trace of Gray.
King says about 30 people searched for Gray over the weekend in teams led by Clallam County Search and Rescue using three cadaver and scent dogs to search the area, but found no evidence of Gray.
He says Clallam County Search and Rescue is no longer leading an active land search of the area.
A group of experienced kayakers were scheduled to search the Sol Duc River on Sunday.
Consumer groups are calling it a win for anyone who depends on the use of antibiotics to fight infections. They’re responding to the pledge by Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) that by the end of 2018, all chicken purchased by the company will be raised without antibiotics.
Eric Tegethoff reports:
Get ready for a whole lot of wind and rain the next couple of days.
The National Weather Service says the West end will get rain – heavy at time – all day Friday.
It will be breezy this morning
The afternoon the wind kick to between 23 and 33 MPH – with wind gusts up to 47 MPH.
Then Overnight the heavy rain and high winds will continue making localized tree damage and storm power outrages possible.
In addition the Olympics will get moderate rain through Saturday morning, causing some Western Washington rivers beyond our listening area to reach flood stages .
Be ready for a windy one on the West End Friday, and it may be a good idea to check the flashlight and portable radio batteries.