Port Ludlow (WA) residents voice frustration over mediation between Jefferson County, Port Ludlow Associates

Residents of Port Ludlow continue to express their frustration over a perceived lack of progress in mediation between Jefferson County commissioners and Port Ludlow Associates over timber harvests around the Port Ludlow Master Planned Resort.  “The community is pretty much unhappy with the clearcut logging in the resort area,” said David Jarca, a member of the South Bay Community Association and one of the more outspoken community members. “People bought their homes under the slogan ‘a village in the woods by the bay.’ ”     Read the article………….


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