November 11, 2014:
MONTESANO -- On a 2-1 vote, the Grays Harbor County commissioners decided to accept a $16,500 grant from Oregon State University to have staff work on assessing the potential health impacts of climate change. This grant provides $16,500 over the next three years and allows the county to look at not just climate change, but also sea level rise and possible salt water intrusion into shallow water wells, with state and university officials.
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