Jefferson, Clallam commissioners set rare co-meeting Monday — here’s the agenda

PORT ANGELES – Water quality and salmon recovery head the agenda for Monday’s meeting among Clallam and Jefferson counties’ commissioners.

The session – with 11 items on its agenda – will start at 1:30 p.m. in the commissioners’ hearing room (160) of the Clallam County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles.

Topics commissioners and staff members will discuss include:

  • The Puget Sound Partnership Action Plan, salmon recovery, and Water Resource Inventory Areas 17 and 20, which the counties share.

  • A proposed clean water district in east Jefferson County in response to the state’s closure of the Discovery Bay Shellfish Station.

  • The mental health sales tax that both counties levy and programs for treatment.

  • The Olympic Discovery Trail.

  • The Peninsula Development Association and economic activities.

  • A regional laboratory for water testing in conjunction with the Resource Conservation and Development Council that covers both counties.

  • Early childhood learning programs of the Olympic Community Action Program, or OlyCAP.

  • An update on the Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team, or OPNET.

  • An update on the Olympic Public Safety Communication Alliance Network, or OPSCAN.

  • Joint marketing.

  • An update on the Regional Transportation Planning Organization.
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