Clallam County and the city will continue working to expand Sequim's urban growth area to include Battelle's 140 acres of tidelands and uplands along the shores of Sequim Bay just north of the city limits.
Residents of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley should attend an April 23 informational meeting of Sequim Speaks because they can help shape a group that can help reconnect the community, a quartet of speakers said Tuesday, March 24.
Building a sustainable and thriving economy on the North Olympic Peninsula will be the topic the weekend of March 20-21. Michelle Long, executive director of Sustainable Connections is the keynote speaker.
The second of three public hearings on proposed changes to three Clallam Transit System routes - two in Sequim and one in Forks - is set for 1 p.m. May 18 at the OlyCAP Community Center, 91 Maple Ave. in Forks.
Members of the Clallam County Democratic Central Committee will consider joining the Jefferson County Democrats in their resolution opposing the expansion and continuation of certain activities by the U.S. Border Patrol on the north Olympic Peninsula.
Detectives continue to investigate who made a dry ice and water pressure bomb found Sunday morning in the front yard of a house in the 400 block of West Hemlock Street, said Sequim Police Chief Robert Spinks.
The city's policy for acquiring discarded city property has changed, but no city employees were disciplined for selling recently discarded police equipment on eBay because it had no value, City Attorney Craig Ritchie said last week.
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