Incumbant Mark Ozias, left, and Brandon Janisse participate in a forum for Clallam County commissioner District 1 candidates at the Port Angeles Business Association meeting in Port Angeles on Tuesday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Incumbant Mark Ozias, left, and Brandon Janisse participate in a forum for Clallam County commissioner District 1 candidates at the Port Angeles Business Association meeting in Port Angeles on Tuesday. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam commissioner candidate debate focuses on Sequim MAT clinic

Incumbent pummels election opponent over stance on facility

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