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City propositions draw ire, praise from community

Opponents and proponents of Propositions 1 and 2 rally in front of the Sequim Transit Center on Aug. 25 for and against initiatives that could open union collective bargaining labor negotiations to the public and could prohibit mandatory union entry for employment and prohibit work stoppages in Sequim.  - Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
  • Today at 4:00AM

Opponents and proponents came out in full force on Monday to speak on two proposed changes in union practices in the City of Sequim.

 

Community Events, August 2014

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Park closes Pyramid Peak Trail at Lake Crescent

  • Today at 3:00PM

Olympic National Park’s Pyramid Peak Trail is closed to public use effective immediately due to unsafe conditions and will remain closed until repairs are completed this fall.

Sequim school board OKs budget for 2014-2015

  • Aug 26, 2014 at 8:00PM updated Aug 27, 2014 at 2:59PM

A $27.5 million budget for Sequim schools doesn’t look much different than last year’s spending and revenue plan, but students and staff alike will see some changes this September.

Welfare for Animals Guild awaits permit decision

  • Today at 3:00AM

Whether or not the non-profit dog rescue Welfare for Animals Guild (WAG) will continue to pursue the purchase of a 2.33-acre parcel at 751 McComb Road is contingent upon what county officials will require and how much those requirements will cost.

Clallam commissioners split on pot plan

  • Today at 2:00AM

DCD looking to county commissioners for guidance regarding marijuana regulation

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