Opposition largely outside project boundaries
Of the 19 people who gave testimony at the public hearing, 13 were adamantly against the sewer project. However, only four of the 13 live within the proposed project boundaries. Three of the people who testified against the project don’t even live within the UGA.
In October, Severeid-van Renterghem addressed a three-page letter to the Clallam County commissioners and PUD officials with 40 questions regarding the project. She and several other members of CPC signed the letter, which requested documentation for each of the 40 questions. During the public hearing she told the commissioners she still hadn’t received a response.Clallam County Commissioner Steve Tharinger said he wants to get together with Severeid-van Renterghem, PUD staff and Clallam County planning staff to go over the issues face-to-face. Clallam County Senior Planner Carol Creasey has contacted Severeid-van Renterghem to set up a meeting but hasn’t received a response, Tharinger said.
Business owners voice support
Six Carlsborg business owners spoke in support of continuing the process.
Several people said they are confused about which map of the proposed project boundaries is accurate.