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DRAFT ORDINANCE FOR LIBRARY ANNEXATION GOES TO HOQUIAM COUNCIL

June 27, 2011

The Hoquiam City Council got its first look at an ordinance which would begin the process of annexing the city into the Timberland Regional Library System. If approved by the council, the city will save money from their general fund in the coming years, a fact made more important by the loss of tax revenue caused by the closure of Grays Harbor Paper. If the Timberland Regional Board agrees, the question would go before the Hoquiam voters during a special election.

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