Group raises half funds needed to challenge Dungeness water rule
SEQUIM, WA –– The Olympic Resource Protection Council has received pledges for almost half the $100,000 it seeks to raise to mount a legal challenge to a new Dungeness water rule, members said at a Concerned Citizens of Clallam County meeting this week.
Some 200 people packed the meeting at the Sequim unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula on Wednesday night to hear from the council.
The Olympic Resource Protection Council, in a movement spearheaded by the North Peninsula Building Association, is seeking to legally challenge the state Department of Ecology rule, put into effect Jan. 2, that Kaj Ahlburg, a member of the council board, called a “Rube Goldberg scheme.” READ MORE>>>
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