County amends marijuana production moratorium

The Grays Harbor County Commissioners passed an amendment to an ordinance enacting a moratorium on Marijuana processing and producing in the county that allows currently licensed operators to continue and improve their businesses.

The commissioners held a public hearing at their Monday meeting to discuss the moratorium and before the hearing the amendment was brought forward.

Commissioner Randy Ross said there are some concerns but they don’t want to stop progress.

Commissioner said she wrote the amendment.

Commissioner said he’s trying to do his due diligence as well as communicate moving forward.

The moratorium is set to last six months but Cormier said they are currently working on legislation to resolve the concerns that brought the issue forward.



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