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Port of Hoodsport in process of clearing hazard trees

The Port of Hoodsport is still dealing with the fallout of its hazard trees and is considering upcoming waste disposal needs.

The port’s vouchers for February totaled $14,797.30, which port Operations Manager Kathleen Wyatt said is higher than the usual total of about $8,000.

Wyatt said the port’s vouchers included $7,000 for Hoodsport-based Northwest Land and Tree to have hazardous trees removed, plus $900 for the port’s annual IT, domain and web tech fees, and attorney fees of $225 from when Wyatt consulted with legal counsel about the Fjordin Crossin, and about rules and regulations regardi...

 

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