With all of the clam digging tides that take place every year in Grays Harbor, one would think that the city workers would try and keep the approaches easy to access.
Well, they are not easy to use over half of the time. There is nothing but one blinking light that even shows people how to get off of the beach.
We are paying money to buy licenses to dig on these beaches so how come some of the money does not go toward keeping the roads graded and something other than a tiny blinking light to show where the approach even is.
Moclips and Ocean Shores keep theirs graded so why not Westport and Grayland as well? This is one issue that needs immediate attention and action.