By James Casey, July 29, 2015, Peninsula Daily News
The Port of Port Angeles and the Clallam County Economic Development Corp. have made up a spat over which agency will recruit new industry to the area.
Tuesday’s settlement stopped short of candy and flowers, however, with the port paying only $15,000 of the $50,000 it initially considered giving to the EDC.
That, in turn, was down from the $75,000 that the private EDC had sought from the port, a government agency, for 2015.
The falling out had gone so far last March for the port to consider shouldering aside the EDC and assuming its duties as the county’s business-recruitment adviser.