Clemons Rd stoplight a key element in special meeting this week

The Grays Harbor County Commissioners will hold a special meeting and open house this week to discuss the proposed transfer station and possible traffic light at Clemons Rd.

On Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 6 pm, the Commissioners will hold the event along with Waste Connections about future plans near Clemons Rd.

The company is planning to build a new transfer station near the Clemons Rd North, and the National Guard Armory. Due to an increase in traffic for the larger vehicles, a light has been proposed at the intersection to Highway 12 to mitigate traffic.

Waste Connections currently runs the Lemay Grays Harbor transfer station at the opposite end of .

The meeting on Thursday will be held in the Commissioners Large Meeting Room and the public is invited.



Fire in Aberdeen damages home Man arrested for DUI after found parked on top of grave Fisherman stuck on Willapa rocks saved by Coast Guard Aberdeen School Board selects site for new Stevens Elementary Montesano will see traffic backups similar to McCleary Washington adopts marine spatial plan after 6 years of planning