Ports

‘Positive support’ shown for Recompete grant

Port of PA extends lease with Homeland Security

 

Warehouse proposed near Port Angeles airport

State documents list Amazon as builder

 

The Port of Port Townsend and Northwest Maritime have been trying to deter at least six male sea lions from taking up residence on dock floats at Union Wharf and Point Hudson. At the recommendation of NOAA Fisheries, they tied an inflatable orca resembling a sea lion predator to a dock. They are currently working on another method that will hopefully get the animals to leave before this weekend’s Race to Alaska events. (Port of Port Townsend)

Port of Port Townsend, Northwest Maritime trying to discourage sea lions

Mammals’ presence coincides with this weekend’s R2AK

 

Port of Port Angeles commissioners examine replacement of log loader

Officials approve engineering firm for project at Marine Terminals 1 and 3

Port of PA to replace John Wayne Marina ramp

Boat launch will include components from Port of Friday Harbor

Port of Port Angeles reports strong March revenue

Marine trades site ready for contractor to install utilities

Port Angeles port approves contract for Maritime Trade Center bid

Utilities installation, paving part of project at 18-acre site

PT port to move ahead with stormwater project

Agency receives $3.1 million from state supplemental budget

Port of Port Angeles renews lease for Composite Recycling Technology Center

Agreement covers 26,000 square feet at airport business park

Matt Klontz with the Port of Port Townsend, in a yellow jacket, looks over the nearly completed south breakwater jetty at the entrance to Point Hudson Marina with Jacob Bates, an Orion employee, during a punch-list review on Wednesday. The jetty is expected to be finished next week. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Jetty nearly complete

Matt Klontz with the Port of Port Townsend, in a yellow jacket, looks over the nearly completed south breakwater jetty at the entrance to Point… Continue reading

Matt Klontz with the Port of Port Townsend, in a yellow jacket, looks over the nearly completed south breakwater jetty at the entrance to Point Hudson Marina with Jacob Bates, an Orion employee, during a punch-list review on Wednesday. The jetty is expected to be finished next week. (Steve Mullensky/for Peninsula Daily News)

Herb Beck Marina improvements in the works

New concrete boat launch among the plans

Ediz Hook boat launch solution could be costly

PA City: Six floats are in water for halibut season

Point Hudson Marina slated to be open today

Port of Port Townsend plans grand opening ceremony on April 24

Timeline told on Port of Port Angeles’ Maritime Trade Center

Construction slated to begin this May

Port of Port Angeles updates on John Wayne Marina, Marine Trade Center

New tariffs to take effect next month

South jetty on time for March deadline

In-water work close; walkway is next in Port Townsend

Port of Port Angeles director talks of 100 years into future

The Port of Port Angeles is looking ahead to the next 100 years of expansion and new ventures while standing by its… Continue reading

Pam Petranek, left, is sworn in for her second term as a Port of Port Townsend commissioner on Jan. 10 by Executive Director Eron Berg. (Photo courtesy Port of Port Townsend)

Poplars targeted for spring removal

Sims gateway project timeline is outlined

Pam Petranek, left, is sworn in for her second term as a Port of Port Townsend commissioner on Jan. 10 by Executive Director Eron Berg. (Photo courtesy Port of Port Townsend)

Boat launch floats to be replaced at John Wayne Marina

Replacing the boat launch floats at John Wayne Marina is on a timeline that, if all goes well, will have the structure… Continue reading

Firm racing toward deadline on Port Townsend jetty

Underwater work must be done by Jan. 31