“This explosion in the size and scope of the Border Patrol is extremely troubling.”
Dear Mr. Parsons,
We are writing in opposition to the plan by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to spend $8 million on a major expansion of its Port Angeles facility in order to accommodate 50 agents. The current number is 25, up from a total number of 4 in 2006. Read more
KONP Radio News – August 20th, 2010 – 6:09 am
(Port Angeles) — A proposal that would move the local border patrol headquarters into what is now the Eagles Building has drawn support and ire in the community.
Earlier this week members of “Stop the Checkpoints” a group critical of the U-S Border Patrol took picket signs to the street in front of the Eagles Building at First and Penn. Read more
Article published Aug 19, 2010
By Tom Callis
Peninsula Daily News
PORT ANGELES — Opponents of expanding the Border Patrol’s presence on the North Olympic Peninsula came out this week, as they did two years before, to say no to the placement of more federal agents in Clallam and Jefferson counties.