Brooke Taylor, chairman of the Port Angeles Waterfront Center, talks with Port Angeles Business Association members following his presentation Tuesday on the efforts to build a new performing arts center in Port Angeles. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Progress made on Port Angeles performing arts center

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