Barry Berezowsky, Sequim director of community development, addresses a crowd of more than 150 people on July 8 during a Sequim city council meeting, saying that there’s no proposal before city staff about the much talked about medication-assisted addiction treatment (MAT) facility. He said if a proposal does come in, it’ll will go before the Planning Commission. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Barry Berezowsky, Sequim director of community development, addresses a crowd of more than 150 people on July 8 during a Sequim city council meeting, saying that there’s no proposal before city staff about the much talked about medication-assisted addiction treatment (MAT) facility. He said if a proposal does come in, it’ll will go before the Planning Commission. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

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