3150 signatures for Grays Harbor Public Hospital

The Grays Harbor Community Hospital has submitted the signatures they needed, and many more, to put a measure on the August ballot to form a Public Hospital District.

David Quigg from GHCH says that the over 3000 signatures were taken to the Grays Harbor County Auditor’s office today, the final day to submit for August.

While only 2000 signatures were needed, the extra 1000 will ensure a buffer for any doubles or signatures from someone outside the district.

Once the signatures are confirmed, the hospital can move forward on their plans.




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