Port Angeles: Another annexation meeting slated for Thursday

PORT ANGELES — City officials will be before the public again Thursday in the next-to-last forum about the proposed east side annexation.

But even after nearly three months of the informational meetings, it appears most annexation opponents haven’t changed their minds.

Port Angeles officials are studying annexation of unincorporated residential and commercial areas of Clallam County between the city’s eastern boundary to Morse Creek.

The area includes several car dealerships, Wal-Mart, Les Schwab and the new Safeway shopping complex. It also includes the Gales Addition, Bay Loop and Mount Pleasant neighborhoods.

The forums have covered a broad spectrum of subjects, from planning to city services, such as sewers.

This Thursday’s forum — the seventh of eight public meetings — is from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Roosevelt Middle School library, 106 Monroe Road.

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