Wash. city might have to pay $65M for environmental projects

01/29/2013 | Peninsula Daily News (Port Angeles, Wash.)

Port Angeles, Wash., City Manager Dan McKeen says the city might have to spend as much as $65.2 million over two decades on projects required by the state Department of Ecology. McKeen says the projects will have a significant effect on the city and residents. They include working on sewer overflow, stabilizing a landfill, attaining a municipal stormwater permit, updating the Shoreline Master Program and cleaning up Port Angeles Harbor.

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