BRINNON: Residents use Demo Party meeting to vent about policies forged in Port Townsend


BRINNON — Trying to forge closer South County ties, the Jefferson County Democratic Central Committee hosted a meeting Tuesday in Brinnon to listen to residents’ concerns.

They got an earful.

In what attendees described as a “heated” meeting that degenerated into rancor, a large contingent of Brinnon residents expressed views about economic development, the Brinnon Community Plan, education and law enforcement.

More than 70 people attended the meeting, including about 60 Brinnon residents.

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