PUBLIC NOTICE: Aberdeen and Hoquiam are holding a Community Open House regarding the Fry Creek Restoration and Flood Reduction Project on Thursday July 27 from 5:00-8:00 PM. The meeting location is 220 Myrtle Street in Hoquiam.
Mayor Jasmine Dickhoff
Phone: (360) 538-3971
Fax: (360) 532-4031
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