Pacific County Council of Governments - PCOG

Pacific County Economic Development Council (PCEDC) is proud to serve the Pacific County Council of Governments (PCOG). PCOG is a collaborative of Pacific County public entities and governments with the charge of prioritizing capital projects for funding through the Washington .09 sales tax fund in accordance with RCW (82.14.370). PCOG makes annual recommendations to the Pacific County Commissioners for capital project funding, and reviews projects for inclusion in the Pacific County Overall Economic Development Plan (OEDP).

The .09 funding process and schedule is annually published in local media. Only public entities are eligible to apply.

Eligible OEDP Project Proposal Applications may be submitted at any time during the year for PCOG review. OEDP Project approval places a project on the Pacific County project “Annex”, a list of endorsed capital project plans for future implementation. Inclusion in the Annex project list does not include funding

PCOG Council Members:

Pacific County Commissioner……….. Frank Wolfe
Mayor -City of South Bend …………….. Julie Struck
Mayor- City of Ilwaco ………………………… Mike Cassinelli
Mayor- City of Raymond …………………. Dee Roberts
Mayor-City of Long Beach………………. Jerry Phillips
Port of Willapa Harbor …………………….. James Sayce
Port of Peninsula………………………………… Jay Personius
Ports of Ilwaco and Chinook…………… Rich Titus
Pacific County Transit ………………………. Mike Wagner
Timberland Regional Library…………… Cheryl Heywood

Pacific County Commissioner
Frank Wolfe

Mayor -City of South Bend
Julie Struck

Mayor- City of Ilwaco
Mike Cassinelli

Mayor- City of Raymond
Dee Roberts

Mayor-City of Long Beach
 Jerry Phillips

Port of Willapa Harbor
James Sayce

Port of Peninsula
Jay Personius

Ports of Ilwaco and Chinook
Rich Titus

Pacific County Transit
Mike Wagner

Timberland Regional Library
Cheryl Heywood

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Some of the local work that has been accomplished thanks in part to the work of PCOG:

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City of South Bend Timberland Library Renovation

The historic 1863 sq/ft structure is a Carnegie library was built in 1913. The library shares Timberland Regional Library’s collection of over 1.6 million books, CDs, DVDs, ebooks, downloadable audio books, videos, magazines, and talking books

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Tokeland Marina Redevelopment

The project includes commercial pier renovation, Upgraded breakwater float and moorage facilities for boaters a seafood/local products market facility, public restrooms, a marina office and a storage area, a new septic system and as well as development of a picnic area with parking, lighting and access improvements.

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Port of Ilwaco Boat Yard Modernization

The work includes improvements to the stormwater and pressure water systems. A more eco-friendly pressure-wash water system is also among the boatyard improvements. The new Vessel Deconstruction Facility will perform vessel deconstruction activities and maintenance while providing sufficient space to receive boats and store equipment

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