Port of Port Townsend to conduct meeting via video

PORT TOWNSEND — Commissioners for the Port of Port Townsend will discuss their response to the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday through video conference.

The meeting will start at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Space will be made available at the port commission building, 333 Benedict St. in Port Townsend, for those who don’t have access to the Zoom video conferencing platform.

A link to the video conference was not available Sunday. It will be published later at tinyurl.com/PDN-PortPT.

The regular business meeting also will include a recommendation for intermediate rates for yard lease tenants and the first reading of a resolution for a work yard discount for fall 2020-21.

Also on the agenda is a recommendation to engage a bank and the law firm K&L Gates for a line of credit.

The consent agenda includes a resolution to provide signature authority for Executive Director Eron Berg.

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