Tribe’s, city’s separate plans for Rayonier site can coincide, tribal leader says

8/22 Peninsula Daily News
Tribe’s, city’s separate plans for Rayonier site can coincide, tribal leader says
By Tom Callis
Peninsula Daily News

PORT ANGELES — The leader of the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe says the city’s plan to purchase a portion of Rayonier’s former mill site and use a large tank on the property to reduce sewage overflows wouldn’t affect the tribe’s plans for developing the property.

But the 5-million-gallon tank may need to be given a spruce-up if the tribe’s Salish Village proposal pans out, said Ron Allen, tribal chairman.

Allen said the tank might need to be painted to “change its image” or more trees could be planted nearby so that it blends in with the mix of residential, cultural and commercial uses that would make up the village.

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http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/article/20100823/news/308239997/tribes-citys-separate-plans-for-rayonier-site-can-coincide-tribal

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