Commissioners approve support for the PUD


This week's county commissioners meeting started with the approval of a letter of support for the PUD to the state Public Works Board.

The commissioners endorsed funding proposals for four capital projects in the county. The projects include an alternate water source for Cathlamet, the extension of the Skamokawa mainline, the western Wahkiakum system Grays River and Hull Creek extension, and the replacement of 4,000 feet of mainline along State Route 4 in Grays River.

Port #1 manager Todd Souvenir told the commissioners that he had applied for a grant from the Marine Resources Committee to pave the last 200 feet of a 600 foot waterfront walkway at county line park. The grant would fall short of the total amount needed and the commissioners approved up to $3000 to help complete the project.

A petition to name a new private road Wages Way off Elochoman Valley Road was approved. The remainder of the meeting was the approval of contracts for hauling of recycling by Stanley's Sanitary, Forest Mora for the courthouse landscaping project and a renewal of a contract with the department of corrections.


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