Brian Gawley

Port of Port Angeles tax rate to drop by more than 10 percent in 2007

PORT ANGELES -- The Port of Port Angeles' property tax rate will fall by more than 10 percent next year because of an estimated $150… Continue reading

Peninsula: Snow flurries rage on Ridge, but higher temps expected

PORT ANGELES -- Well, it was a nice preview anyway. Snow was reported Sunday afternoon at Hurricane Ridge, but higher temperatures later in the week… Continue reading

Port Angeles: – – Kitsap judge to hear anti-fluoridation petition case”

PORT ANGELES -- A Kitsap County judge will hear legal arguments later this year over whether two anti-fluoridation petitions filed with the city are appropriate… Continue reading

Port Angeles: K Ply to lay off 65 workers for unknown period

PORT ANGELES -- K Ply will halt production the week of Oct. 30-Nov. 3 and temporarily lay off 59 employees, about one-third of its workforce,… Continue reading

Building supply company going strong after 100 years

PORT ANGELES -- Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. has survived ownership changes, the loss of fishing and timber jobs in the area, the Rayonier mill… Continue reading

Clallam auditor did nothing wrong, Port Angeles city attorney decides

PORT ANGELES -- Clallam County Auditor Cathleen McKeown did not violate electioneering laws when she parked her truck bearing campaign signs near a polling place… Continue reading

FAA wants environmental assessment done before any Lincoln Park trees removed

PORT ANGELES -- The Federal Aviation Administration wants an environmental assessment that could take nine months before any of Lincoln Park's tallest trees are felled… Continue reading

Landing mall buyer selected – — – and losing bidder irked

PORT ANGELES -- The waterfront's salmon-colored Landing mall will get new owners. Port of Port Angeles commissioners Monday agreed to sell the pier and structures… Continue reading

Rogers bashes Braun over alternative to aquatic center bond; PDN also criticized for publishing story

PORT ANGELES -- Mayor Karen Rogers blasted City Councilman Gary Braun on Monday for publicly proposing an alternative to the $13.8 million aquatic center bond… Continue reading

Lincoln Park trees likely to be felled because of federal rules on airport

PORT ANGELES -- As many as 200 trees could be removed from Lincoln Park and the area around William R. Fairchild International Airport for an… Continue reading

Port Angeles city councilman has idea if voters reject aquatic center bond

PORT ANGELES -- The City Council's lone dissenter will offer an alternative plan if voters reject the $13.8 million aquatic center bond issue on the… Continue reading

Peninsula Friends of Animals releases third calendar — and the animals are naked, too

PORT ANGELES -- Kim Pruitt began to wonder what she had gotten herself into when she was told to show up for the photo shoot… Continue reading

Port Angeles: Bed tax board recommends field house funding

PORT ANGELES -- A proposed field house for indoor soccer and tennis at the Clallam County Family YMCA site may be built after all. The… Continue reading

Clallam: PUD hires Iowa man for GM job

PORT ANGELES -- The general manager of a city utility in Iowa has been hired as the general manager of Clallam County Public Utility District.… Continue reading

Port Angeles voters face $13.8 million decision on aquatics center bond

PORT ANGELES -- When William Shore Memorial Pool was built more than 40 years ago, John F. Kennedy was president and Alaska and Hawaii had… Continue reading

Canada defends timber export rules

PORT ANGELES -- The government of Canada is reviewing the $25 million damage claim filed this week by Merrill & Ring but has no intention… Continue reading

Port Angeles declares Stage 2 water shortage

PORT ANGELES -- The city has a declared a Stage 2 water shortage, requiring immediate voluntary reductions in water consumption. The water shortage declaration was… Continue reading

Merrill & Ring seeks $25 million in damages from Canada for ‘unfair’ log export rules

PORT ANGELES -- Merrill & Ring is seeking at least $25 million in damages from the Canadian government. The Port Angeles-based forestry and land management… Continue reading

Port Angeles chamber hears pitch for pool bond

PORT ANGELES -- Potential cost increases were factored into a proposed $13.8 million aquatics center bond issue appearing before city voters in the upcoming election.… Continue reading

Port Angeles downtown group looks at its future

PORT ANGELES -- After a three-hour membership meeting punctuated by loud discussions and finger-pointing, the president of the Port Angeles Downtown Association was cautiously optimistic.… Continue reading