Two Peninsula tribes get federal grants
By Peninsula Daily News staff
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SEATTLE — Two Olympic Peninsula tribes are among five in the state that will receive a total of $1 million in federal grant money to help them improve sex offender monitoring on tribal lands.
U.S. Attorney Jenny Durkan says the grants will help the tribes create or enhance sex offender registration and notification programs.
On the Peninsula the money is going to the ower Elwha Klallam tribe in Port Angeles and the Quinault tribe in Taholah.
The other three tribes receiving funds are Confederated Tribes of Chehalis; the Lummi Nation; and the Shoalwater Bay tribe.
Last modified: September 04. 2012 11:41AM