FEBRUARY 16, 2017

 BUDGET/FINANCES

Jefferson County seeks funds for Port Hadlock wastewater sysem

Cydney McFarland, February 15, 2017, Peninsula Daily News

Jefferson County is struggling to find funds for the Port Hadlock wastewater system as officials aim to keep the system affordable for residents of the Irondale and Port Hadlock urban growth area.

The waste water system is expected to cost $45.2 million, according to Monte Reinders, director of the county Public Works Department.

To date, the county has confirmed only $13,394,987 of the funds needed from program grants, appropriations, existing grants and county funds, and is seeking $30 million in state and federal assistance to complete the project.

Read more here:  http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/news/jefferson-county-seeks-funds-for-port-hadlock-wastewater-system/

 

 

Port estimated to spend $891,000 to replace leaky warehouse roof

February 15, 2017, The Daily News

A project to repair a leaky roof at a Port of Longview warehouse may come significantly under budget, port staff told commissioners last week.

Engineers estimated that the project to replace Warehouse 10 roof will cost about $891,000 as opposed to the $1 million originally budgeted. The port plans on using its own labor for the project to save costs. Warehouse 10 is one of the largest buildings in the main Port of Longview area, housing calcined coke for British Petroleum (BP).

The leaky roof was first identified as needing to be replaced in 2014. In some areas of the roof, the structural sub-decking is so rusty that it cannot accept new screws. The reroofing project is expected to take place in the summer.

 

 

MISC

Notice of Intention to Sell Surplus

February 15, 2017, Chinook Observer

Notice of Intention to Sell Surplus material and equipment Port of Peninsula.

The Port of Peninsula has declared surplus and, by public sale, offers the following items for bid: Propane powered generator: One 12KW Watchdog brand standby generator. Year unknown. The item is for sale as is, where is, with no warranty whatsoever.

The public may inspect the items during the week of February 13th between the hours of 8:00am to 3:30pm at The Port of Peninsula 3311 275th Street in Ocean Park, WA.

Sealed bids will be accepted until Friday, March 3rd, 2017 at 3:30 PM at the office (same address).

Bids will be reviewed at the regular meeting of the Port of Peninsula Board of Commissioners meeting on Monday, March 6th, 2017 at 11:00 AM when said bids will be opened and read in public.

The Port of Peninsula reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Published Feb. 8 and Feb. 15 2017 Legal 040-17

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