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The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 4. Ballots are being mailed out to all 46,325 active, registered voters on Oct. 15, and mail ballots must be post-marked on or before Election Day to be counted.
Sen. Jim Hargrove recently visited the Sequim Boys & Girls Club.
Washington statutes allow counties to adopt, by public vote, a “Home Rule Charter.” Adopting a charter allows counties to adopt a “constitution” that can change their form of government and/or create requirements for the operation of goverment beyond those required in the State constitution. Clallam County is one of six counties that has adopted a charter form of government. Clallam County´s charter was adopted in 1976 and has been amended several times since. Key changes from the statutory form of government under which non-charter counties operate include many non-partisan elected officials, a county initiative and referendum process, and an elected Department of Community Development director.
Superintendent, directors seek input in public meetings/tours
The annual fall wild mushroom show drew a continual flow of people of all ages and interests seeking to explore the world of mushrooms Saturday, Oct. 18.