Senate approves money for new tribal road
October 24th, 2003
(Washington DC) – The Lower Elwha Tribe will get $2.3 million for a new road.
Washington Senator Patty Murray says the money’s in a Senate Transportation bill that passed late last night.
The tribe will use the money to build an all-weather primary access road connection from the reservation west of Port Angeles to the Clallam County road system adjacent to the flood plain.
Also in the bill is $688,000. for Clallam Transit. The agency can
use the money to replace and repair buses.
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