How structures remaining on the Rayonier Mill site could influence the cleanup and restoration of Puget Sound is the topic of a forum from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, June 10, in the commissioners' meeting room in the County Courthouse at Fourth and Peabody streets in Port Angeles.
Entrance is through the Fourth Street doors, which lead directly into the meeting room near the west end of the Courthouse.
Five short presentations are followed by an hour for the audience's questions and responses to them.
The speakers are:
Rebecca Lawson, Department of Ecology, Toxics Cleanup Program section manager; John Cambalik, Puget Sound Partnership's ecosystem recovery coordinator for the Strait of Juan de Fuca and North Olympic Peninsula Watersheds; Brady Scott, aquatic district manager for the State Department of Natural Resources; Jim and Robbie Mantooth, owners of Ennis Arbor Farm; and Darlene Schanfald, Olympic Environmental Council Coalition's project coordinator for Rayonier Hazardous Waste Cleanup Project; and moderator Kathy Fletcher, executive director of People for Puget Sound.
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