Pacific County prepares for tsunami debris
Representatives from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, state Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, state Health Department and other agencies have been invited to answer questions.
Some large net floats that were apparently broken loose by the tsunami in March washed ashore last month near Neah Bay, at the northwest tip of Washington.
Experts say much more debris is likely to wash ashore on the West Coast in about a year.
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