Port Townsend: Port commissioners hear plan for $2 million marine trades building

PORT TOWNSEND — A Bremerton company wants to design a $2 million multipurpose marine trades building on the waterfront, Port of Port Townsend commissioners heard Wednesday.

The building would be built to handle sandblasting, painting and other operations at the Port boatyard.

Such operations are usually done under plastic tents or in other enclosed outdoor areas.

The project is also being billed as a way to cut down on noise at the boatyard. The Port and the city of Port Townsend are currently negotiating an agreement over a noise ordinance being drafted by the city.


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