Port Angeles Water Utility workers Garey Hampton, left, and Logan Beebe apply a new coat of paint to a fire hydrant near the corner of 12th and I streets on a warm Friday in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles Water Utility workers Garey Hampton, left, and Logan Beebe apply a new coat of paint to a fire hydrant near the corner of 12th and I streets on a warm Friday in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Hello, yellow hydrants in Port Angeles

Port Angeles Water Utility workers Garey Hampton, left, and Logan Beebe apply a new coat of paint to a fire hydrant near the corner of 12th and I streets on a warm Friday in Port Angeles. The work was part of an on-going effort to maintain the city’s water systems.

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