For the ceremonial first dig of the West Fir Street Rehabilitation Project, dignitaries scoop dirt on May 16 after a ceremony commemorating the start of year-long construction from Sequim Avenue to Fifth Avenue. Digging in are, from left, Sequim Schools superintendent Gary Neal, Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush, Sequim Public Works Director David Garlington, Sequim City Engineer Matt Klontz, Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Anji Scalf, Sequim Mayor Dennis Smith, Transportation Improvement Board Executive Director Ashley Probart, Clallam County Commissioner Mark Ozias, and Interwest Construction Operations Manager Bob Reick. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

For the ceremonial first dig of the West Fir Street Rehabilitation Project, dignitaries scoop dirt on May 16 after a ceremony commemorating the start of year-long construction from Sequim Avenue to Fifth Avenue. Digging in are, from left, Sequim Schools superintendent Gary Neal, Sequim City Manager Charlie Bush, Sequim Public Works Director David Garlington, Sequim City Engineer Matt Klontz, Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Anji Scalf, Sequim Mayor Dennis Smith, Transportation Improvement Board Executive Director Ashley Probart, Clallam County Commissioner Mark Ozias, and Interwest Construction Operations Manager Bob Reick. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Dignitaries dig in for Fir Street Rehabilitation groundbreaking

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