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Taholah, Washington

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Taholah is a census-designated place (CDP) on the Quinault Indian Reservation, in Grays Harbor County, Washington, United States. Named for a Quinault chief in 1905, its population was 840 at the 2010 census. The headquarters for the Quinault Indian Nation was moved to Taholah from the town of Quinault on the shore of Lake Quinault. History Taholah lies within a tsunami inundation zone and is at risk of flooding from rising sea levels due to climate change. The village has a seawall facing the Pacific Ocean, but it required several repairs due to damage sustained by breaches. In 2015, the tribal government proposed a 60 million plan to relocate the village to an uphill area southeast of the existing village. The relocation plan would first require the acquisition of to be allocated to individuals with 175 homes for 129 families from the existing village, followed by the construction of new streets and water facilities. A revised estimate of 150 million for the
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