We must learn from Grays Harbor’s globalization losses

Commentary | November 16, 2005 | By John Burbank | Tacoma News Tribune

Is Weyerhaeuser trading away good jobs that create profits to keep already wealthy shareholders content? That's what leaders in Grays Harbor are wrestling with and are all stepping up to the plate to keep that pulp mill open. It is profitable. Even if Weyerhaeuser abandons it, there may be a way to keep it going, keep those jobs and keep that investment in the community.

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