The City of Sequim’s new agreement with Polco, an online polling system, allows them to send out questions a few times a month to increase civic engagement. On Sept. 23, city councilors will consider sending out questions about the proposed Medication-Assisted Treatment facility. Photo courtesy of City of Sequim

The City of Sequim’s new agreement with Polco, an online polling system, allows them to send out questions a few times a month to increase civic engagement. On Sept. 23, city councilors will consider sending out questions about the proposed Medication-Assisted Treatment facility. Photo courtesy of City of Sequim

City considers MAT online questionnaire

Sept. 23 meeting tentative decision made

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