County Commission

Clallam Conservation District eyes rates, charges

Fees for property owners intended to create reliable funding


Lydia Stephan, 25, gets a plate of food at The Answer For Youth (TAFY) — one of several organizations approved to receive funding from Clallam County — on Feb. 27. Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News

Clallam County allocates over $1 million to homeless programs

Clallam County commissioners have approved more than $1 million in contracts to organizations devoted to fighting homelessness. Commissioners on Feb. 26 agreed to sign nine… Continue reading


Clallam withdraws job offer, will restart search for administrator

The Clallam County Board of County Commissioners rescinded its conditional offer to hire David Fraser as its next administrator after discovering information that showed he… Continue reading

Four finalists named to succeed Clallam Administrator Jim Jones

Clallam County, County Administrator Candidates What: Meet, greet four candidates for Clallam County Administrator When: 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6 Where: County Commissioners Meeting Room… Continue reading

Measure now off the ballot: Clallam finance department question paperwork late

The Clallam County commissioners’ plans of putting a measure to create a county finance department on the November ballot have been delayed after paperwork was… Continue reading

Clallam commissioners seek compromise on fireworks ban after hearing

Clallam County’s three county commissioners said after a public hearing they want to strike a compromise on a proposed fireworks ordinance. Commissioners heard from 17… Continue reading

Clallam official: Get ahead of Ecology on ‘Hirst Fix’

The so-called “Hirst Fix” passed by the state Legislature earlier this year largely doesn’t effect Clallam County water basins yet, the county’s hydrogeologist told the… Continue reading

Lawsuit holds up bed and breakfast regs in Clallam

A lawsuit against Clallam County and its elected community development director is stalling progress on addressing bed and breakfast regulations in the county. Mary Ellen… Continue reading