Port Angeles School District levy proponent Jim Haguewood, left, and opponent Dan Shotthafer field questions in a Port Angeles Business Association forum Tuesday at Joshua’s Restaurant. District voters will consider the five-year, $52.6 million levy in a special election Feb. 11. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Angeles School District levy proponent Jim Haguewood, left, and opponent Dan Shotthafer field questions in a Port Angeles Business Association forum Tuesday at Joshua’s Restaurant. District voters will consider the five-year, $52.6 million levy in a special election Feb. 11. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

Pros and cons heard on Port Angeles school levy

Measure described as ‘vote for the future of Port Angeles’ and ‘horrendous tax increase’

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