A small crowd gathered around posters Thursday that showed three different alternatives for the pier and the Marine Science Center at Fort Worden State Park. About 75 people attended the public meeting hosted at the Fort Worden Commons by the state Parks and Recreation Commission. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

A small crowd gathered around posters Thursday that showed three different alternatives for the pier and the Marine Science Center at Fort Worden State Park. About 75 people attended the public meeting hosted at the Fort Worden Commons by the state Parks and Recreation Commission. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

State parks hears public on Fort Worden changes

Three alternatives presented at public meeting

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