CLALLAM: New county commissioner district boundaries approved

It’s official — residents living in the Blue Mountain, Monterra, East Fairview and Agnew voting precincts will cast ballots for the District No. 2 Clallam County commissioner.

The shift also moved Port Angeles precinct No. 14 residents into District No. 3.

After more than a month of confusion, the county Districting Commission on Thursday reaffirmed last week’s vote shifting those precincts.

The change takes effect today. Clallam County commissioners are expected to ratify the plan later this month.

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