Jefferson to consider Phase 3 application

Clallam to review CARES Act priorities

Jefferson County

County commission

The three Jefferson County commissioners are expected to consider approving the county applying to the state to go into Phase 3 when they meet at 9 a.m. Monday.

If commissioners approve the county Board of Health recommendation, the application would not be sent to the state until June 29.

To join the meeting go to and follow the links under “Quick Links: Videos of Meetings-Streaming Live.” To listen, call 1-872-240-3311 and enter access code 310-141-037#.

Commissioners will hear from county Health Officer Dr. Tom Locke and at 10 a.m. conduct a hearing on COVID-19 budget appropriation extension.

Intergovernmental Coordinating Committee

A special joint meeting with representatives of the county commissioners, Port of Port Townsend, Jefferson County Public Utility District and City of Port Townsend will discuss COVID-19 recovery when they meet at noon Thursday.

To watch the meeting, go to and click on “Videos of Meetings” then choose “Streaming Live” or “Recorded.”

Port of Port Townsend

Port of Port Townsend commissioners will discuss Point Hudson when they meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.

To join the virtual meeting, go to or call 1 253-215-8782 and use webinar ID 862 6904 3651 and password: 911887.

The Point Hudson discussion will cover the jetty, buildings and infrastructure upgrades.

Commissioners also will discuss a Hudson Point Cafe lease and a COVID-19 update

Chimacum schools

The Chimacum School Board will consider a model for reopening the physical classrooms to students in the fall when it meets at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

To join the meeting, go to the school website at

The board also will consider a marine science curriculum.

East Jefferson Fire-Rescue

The East Jefferson Fire-Rescue commissioners’ meeting for last week was moved to Monday.

The virtual meeting will begin at 7 p.m.

To join the meeting, click on https://global.goto

A dial-in option is available by calling 1-872-240-3212. The access code is 968-271-565.

Clallam County

County commission

Clallam County commissioners will discuss Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act priorities in a work session at 9 a.m. Monday.

The meeting can be viewed at

Other agenda items include:

• A discussion on the child care crisis in Clallam County.

• An agreement with Straitside Ranch for maintenance and use of Robin Hill Farm county park.

• A contract amendment with Peninsula Community Health Services for opioid prevention and reporting.

• An agreement with Olympic Peninsula Community Clinic for medical services and case management to guests of the COVID-19 recovery facility.

• An agreement with Jamestown Tower, LLC for the use of a tower site for public safety radio communications.

• A contract with the state Military Department for Peninsula Communications dispatch center expenses.

• An agreement with the Bureau of Justice Assistance for a coronavirus emergency grant.

• An amended agreement with the state Department of Ecology for the Lower Dungeness River levee setback project.

• Staff introductions from the North Olympic Coast Marine Resources Committee and North Pacific Coast Lead Entity for Salmon.

• A discussion on water projects management.

• A discussion on a proposed procurement technical assistance center counselor position.

• A monthly budget performance review.

Commissioners will conduct their regular business meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

Action items include:

• An agreement with the state Department of Commerce for the Coronavirus Relief Fund.

• A revised declaration of emergency for COVID-19.

• An agreement with Green Alliance for Veterans Education for the use of a portion of Robin Hill Farm for agricultural purposes.

• A modified agreement with Olympic National Forest to reimburse the Sheriff’s Office Chain Gang for work projects.

• A renewed contract with the State Patrol for a full-time Olympic Peninsula Narcotics Enforcement Team detective.

• An amended agreement with Shannon and Wilson, Inc. for the Lower Dungeness floodplain restoration project.

• An amended agreement with the state Department of Ecology to move funds between budget categories and details for planned work in response to COVID-19.

• A call for bids for the Third Street county building HVAC replacement project.

• A resolution closing the District Court imprest fund.

• Notice of a July 14 hearing for a mid-year county budget review.

Sequim city

The Sequim City Council will consider a resolution condemning hate speech, discrimination and racism when it meets in regular session at 6 p.m. Monday.

To hear the virtual meeting, go to the agenda at join the meeting, go to or call 253-363-9585, conference ID 681 456 520#. A work session is set for 5 p.m.

The council also will consider an ordinance in regard to affordable housing, a recommendation for the Fourth of July drone show and a COVID-19 recovery plan.

It will hear reports on broadband and policing.

Public Utility District

Clallam County Public Utility District commissioners will consider establishing a phased one system capital maintenance fund for wastewater systems when they meet at 1:30 p.m. Monday.

‘To join the meeting, go to or call 1-408-418-9388 and use access code 126 449 9907.

They also will discuss establishing a current schedule of deposits and charges and line extension unit prices.

Port of Port Angeles

Port of Port Angeles commissioners will discuss rebranding the Marine Trades Industrial Park when they meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday.

To join the meeting, go to and use webinar ID 812 5603 1718. To listen, call 253-215 8782 and use the same webinar ID.

Commissioners also will be updated on COVID-19 and consider a sewer extension bid award.

At 9:30 a.m., they will discuss property, cyber and crime insurance renewal.

Charter Review Commission

The Clallam County Charter Review Commission will discuss proposed amendments to the county charter when it meets at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Meeting information can be found on the Clallam County website at: homerulecharter.html.

Forks city

The Forks City Council will when it meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday.

Listening and webcast options will be posted on the city website at

The council will discuss a ratepayer assistance program, liaisons with the Quileute and Hoh tribes and a resolution in support of Constitution week.

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