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Budget woes drive county to seek consultant

The Grays Harbor County Commissioners are bringing in outside help to create a strategic plan that is aimed to help the county achieve success in several different areas, including organizationally, legislatively and financially, which is both related and unrelated to the county’s dismal financial situation.

City moving to vacate campers along the river

An agreement between the city of Aberdeen and Michael Lang has given the riverfront property owner until June 1 to clean up the area, which includes subjecting the numerous campers on the land to trespassing violations, City Attorney Eric Nelson said Wednesday.

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Funds for homelessness not keeping up with the need

The county received $1.7 million from the state last year to deal with various aspects of homelessnes, according to figures provided by county Public Health Director Joan Brewster. The money was divided between various organizations around the Harbor for services that include rental assistance, re-housing of families that have recently fallen homeless and operating expenses for shelters in the area.