Timber sale would bring more than $6 million to county

The Grays Harbor County Commissioners set the date for a Timber Sale that has the total estimated value of $6,330,942.

Commissioner Frank Gordon said the money that does come in from the sale will be spread out different agencies.

“It goes to schools, it goes to the port, it goes around. So, it’s not $6 million coming right into our pocket. It’s being spread out into a lot of places that could use it very, very well.

Gordon also said that the majority of the timber is Douglas Fir and he says there is a great market for that at the moment.

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