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Community airs permit concerns

Residents say project will be ‘an eyesore’ in bay

Residents can make their voices heard about Taylor Shellfish’s proposal for an oyster-growing operation in Oakland Bay at a public hearing at 1 p.m. May 24.

The meeting is with Mason County hearing examiner at the Commission Chambers at 411 North 5th St. in Shelton.

Commissioner Sharon Trask, who represents the area where the proposed oyster bag farm would be sited, has directed people to make their voices heard by attending the public hearing or by emailing the county and Taylor Shellfish.

Jeff Zenk, Department of Ecology’s spokesperson for Southwest Washington, said these types of...


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