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Port of Port Townsend denied alternative bid process for jetty

Port of Port Townsend denied alternative bid process for jetty

Traditional process could go out in August

Port of Port Townsend denied alternative bid process for jetty

Port of Port Townsend approves action to seek multiyear levy

Commissioners may seek public funds in coming year

Quilcene residents to port: Don’t limit waterfront access

Quilcene residents to port: Don’t limit waterfront access

Officials come to town to field concerns over sale rumors

Quilcene residents to port: Don’t limit waterfront access
Port of Port Angeles seeks meeting with Ethan Wayne about marina

Port of Port Angeles seeks meeting with Ethan Wayne about marina

Officials want to ‘collaborate in person’ with leader of John Wayne Enterprises

Port of Port Angeles seeks meeting with Ethan Wayne about marina
PHOTO: A working relationship at the Port of Port Townsend

PHOTO: A working relationship at the Port of Port Townsend

Members of the Port Townsend Marine Trades Association, the staff of the Port of Port Townsend and the three port commissioners got together Wednesday for… Continue reading

PHOTO: A working relationship at the Port of Port Townsend
Port Angeles council member suggests making vehicles stop at each light on First, Front downtown

Port Angeles council member suggests making vehicles stop at each light on First, Front downtown

Should the city of Port Angeles re-time its downtown traffic lights to make vehicles stop repeatedly on First and Front streets? City… Continue reading

Port Angeles council member suggests making vehicles stop at each light on First, Front downtown

Port Angeles port OKs funds for CRTC-WSU demonstration project

The Port of Port Angeles will spend $230,000 in seed money on a demonstration panel and other components of construction-grade, cross-laminated timber… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend to change credits to commissioner after complaint

Port of Port Townsend to change credits to commissioner after complaint

Port of Port Townsend officials will change the way the port provides credits to a port commissioner after investigating a complaint. Melinda… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend to change credits to commissioner after complaint
Debris continues to litter Port Angeles’ Lincoln Park after windstorm

Debris continues to litter Port Angeles’ Lincoln Park after windstorm

The city parks department is still in “cleanup mode” after a windstorm knocked down at least eight trees in Lincoln Park on… Continue reading

Debris continues to litter Port Angeles’ Lincoln Park after windstorm
Port of Port Townsend eyes jetty historic status

Port of Port Townsend eyes jetty historic status

The Point Hudson jetty replacement project took on new life during a discussion by Port of Port Townsend commissioners at their business… Continue reading

Port of Port Townsend eyes jetty historic status

Port of Port Angeles to seek lease of John Wayne Marina

Port of Port Angeles commissioners approved a long-term plan Tuesday for potentially leasing the tax district’s publicly owned John Wayne Marina east of… Continue reading

A new proposal from the City of Sequim asks contractors to evaluate current and ongoing costs for the John Wayne Marina. Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Lease in John Wayne Marina’s future?

John Wayne Marina’s future has become crowded with possibilities, including a potential joint ownership-operating agreement between the city of Sequim and Jamestown… Continue reading

A new proposal from the City of Sequim asks contractors to evaluate current and ongoing costs for the John Wayne Marina. Matthew Nash/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Investors likely to have high expectations for Emerald Coast Opportunity Zone

Port of Port Angeles officials are discovering possible limitations to what the Emerald Coast Opportunity Zone can offer to rural areas. Among… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles wash-down facility expected to be ready by end of year

Port of Port Angeles wash-down facility expected to be ready by end of year

Workers finished pouring a concrete pad Tuesday for a waterfront vessel wash-down facility, the cornerstone feature of the Port of Port Angeles’… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles wash-down facility expected to be ready by end of year
Port of Port Angeles panel approves $10.2 million budget

Port of Port Angeles panel approves $10.2 million budget

Connie Beauvais split from her two Port of Port Angeles commissioner colleagues Tuesday, voting against a 1 percent property tax increase for… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles panel approves $10.2 million budget
Port of Port Angeles considers $10.2 million budget

Port of Port Angeles considers $10.2 million budget

A 1 percent levy increase is part of the Port of Port Angeles’ proposed $10.2 million operating budget for 2019, which is… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles considers $10.2 million budget
Westport moving from port building to old Walmart near Port Angeles

Westport moving from port building to old Walmart near Port Angeles

Yacht-builder Westport LLC will finish moving its cabinet manufacturing operation from the Airport Industrial Park west of downtown Port Angeles to the… Continue reading

Westport moving from port building to old Walmart near Port Angeles

Impact of log yard detailed before port, Clallam commissioners

The pivotal economic role of the Port of Port Angeles’ log yard was extolled Monday in a joint meeting of port and… Continue reading

Port of Kingston director search settles on candidates with Port Townsend ties

Port of Kingston director search settles on candidates with Port Townsend ties

The Port of Kingston has narrowed its search for an executive director to replace Jim Pivarnik to candidates with Port Townsend connections.… Continue reading

Port of Kingston director search settles on candidates with Port Townsend ties

Port of Port Townsend commissioners approve $6.194 million operational budget

The Port of Port Townsend commissioners have unanimously approved a 2019 operational budget of $6.194 million, representing a modest increase in revenues… Continue reading