Grays Harbor Commissioners pass budget

The Grays Harbor County Commissioners passed their budget yesterday.

That motion by Commissioner was approved unanimously.

Cormier spoke about his motion after the meeting.

Commissioner also spoke about the Sheriff’s budget.

Raines also said the three tenths of one percent sales tax measure that would fund public safety would most likely be coming to the ballot in 2016.

If that measure was passed by the citizens the county would start seeing revenue from it in early 2017.



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