Cosmopolis City Council issues resolution against Wild Olympics Agenda
June 14, 2012
The Cosmopolis City Council had a workshop on Wednesday featuring speakers from both sides of the Wild Olympics discussion. Following that workshop, the council added a resolution to their agenda to formally make their stand on the issue. John Owen from the Wild Olympics campaign asked the council before they made any formal statement, to make sure they were fully aware what they were voting for.
Changes were made to the resolution involving striking entire passages and adjustments to wording before the Cosmopolis City Council unanimously voted to oppose any and all legislation that resembles the Wild Olympics campaign.
They join Grays Harbor County Commissioners and the Aberdeen City Council in opposing the legislation.
The Hoquiam City Council had a resolution on their agenda at this week’s meeting to discuss their position on the issue. That resolution was moved to their June meeting.
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