LETTER: Jamestown S’Klallam’s healing clinic, oyster farm bad for region

I just finished reading the Sunday edition of the PDN and noticed that the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is moving along with their healing clinic in Sequim.

They are even looking at the artwork that will be in the clinic.

After reading the article, I was reminded of the old saying about dressing up and applying lipstick to a pig, but in the end, it is still a pig.

The tribe’s facility is, I think, a major drug distribution center that will bring scores of homeless drug addicts to the local area.

Many of us citizens are still very worried that it will have a significant negative impact on our community.

Another article in the Sunday PDN talked about the tribe’s push to expand their oyster bed business even though major potential environmental issues remain unresolved.

This appears to be another money grab by the tribe and again shows continued disregard for the environment and our community.

Robert Travis