OLYMPIA — State lawmakers approved a $1.5 billion supplemental capital budget last week that included $13.2 million for the 24th District.
The vast majority of the funding went to Clallam and Jefferson counties. The district includes the northern half of Grays Harbor County.
The allocations were as follows:
• $3.25 million: Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, Behavioral Health Community Capacity Grant for architectural services, engineering work, a cost analysis, an operational analysis, public outreach and permitting for an evaluation and treatment psychiatric hospital.
• $3 million: Clallam Bay Corrections Center: Utliidor mechanical and electrical system repair.
• $2 million: Woodley Place by Bayside Housing and Services, Port Hadlock.
• $1.5 million: Point Hudson Breakwater Project, Port Townsend.
• $1 million: Upper Quinault River restoration project, Grays Harbor County.
• $855,000: Port of Port Angeles stormwater project to improve surface areas around log yard scales, Port Angeles.
• $700,000: Structurally deficient bridges.
• $500,000: Clallam County Joint Emergency Services, Port Angeles; early learning facilities, Learning to Grow, Elma, Grays Harbor County.
• $335,000: Anderson Lake State Park, new day-use facilities and trail development, Jefferson County.
• $250,000: Field Arts and Events Hall, Port Angeles.
• $235,000: Northwest Kidney Centers, Port Angeles clinic.
• $187,000: Community/Technical College System, minor works-infrastructure.