Public sought for plan for Puget Sound recovery

POULSBO — Poulsbo is included in a series of Puget Sound Partnership public meetings to help determine the steps needed to restore the health of Puget Sound.

The meeting in Poulsbo is Oct. 4, 4:30-7 p.m., in the City Council Chambers, Poulsbo City Hall, 200 N.E. Moe St.

The Partnership has drafted a regional plan for restoring the health of Puget Sound and determined top actions that need to be taken. In the open houses, the Partnership will highlight Puget Sound recovery priorities and accomplishments and ask people for feedback on those priorities and what other activities are important for their community.

The Partnership also will share information about the agency’s measure of Puget Sound health, seek comments on the upcoming update to the Puget Sound recovery plan and provide general information about Puget Sound, recovery and what individuals can do to help.

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