Oak Harbor island’s third ‘Civility City’

  • Friday, June 14, 2019 3:53pm
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Oak Harbor joined Langley and Coupeville as Whidbey’s third “Civility City.”

On May 21, the Oak Harbor City Council was presented with a certificate by Sandi Peterson and Gary Wray, board members for “Civility First … So We Can Work Together.”

Formed in 2016, Civility First is a grassroots organization on Whidbey working to introduce civility into public discourse.

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