Port of Chehalis authorizes $1.5 million sale agreement with Pacific Mobile Structures
Justyna Tomtas, July 29, 2016, The Chronicle
After an executive session, Port of Chehalis commissioners on Thursday authorized a sale agreement with Pacific Mobile Structures, Inc. for a price tag of $1.5 million.
According to Randy Mueller, chief executive officer of the port, both parties have now signed the agreement and the sale will close no later than Sept. 30.
Pacific Mobile Structures, a company that sells and leases mobile office space and builds modular structures, will purchase 13.19 acres of land south of Maurin Road. The business, currently headquartered in Chehalis, will construct a branch office, shop and corporate office at the new location.
Port of Clarkston gets ok to use Southway Bridge for communications link
Elaine Williams, July 30, 2016, The Tribune
Some of the red tape has been untangled to connect two new publicly owned telecommunications networks by installing lines on the Southway Bridge.
CenturyLink granted the Port of Clarkston use of one its 20 conduits on the Washington side of the bridge, enough room to meet the community’s needs for as many as 60 years, Port Manager Wanda Keefer said.