North Beach in Port Townsend is the location of a wastewater outfall pipe which can be exposed during low tides. The pipe had been identified in a 2007 study as one that needed to be replaced, and a national permit is requiring the city to come up with a solution. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

North Beach in Port Townsend is the location of a wastewater outfall pipe which can be exposed during low tides. The pipe had been identified in a 2007 study as one that needed to be replaced, and a national permit is requiring the city to come up with a solution. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend takes next step in outfall replacement

Plan approved, but council wants to hear alternatives

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