Gearhart City Hall

Fourteen nonprofits received money from state revenue-sharing funds.

The city is seeking legal guidance to help craft regulations on homeless camping.

City Attorney Peter Watts and city staff met with Chad Jacobs, a municipal attorney from Beery Elsner & Hammond, a Portland firm, on March 27. Cities across Oregon, including Astoria and Seaside, have adopted ordinances on homeless camping to comply with state law and federal court rulings.

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