JUNE 2, 2016

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Janicki Bioenergy leases part of North Cascades Gateway Center

Aaron Weinberg, June 2, 2016, Go Skagit

The Port of Skagit has subleased property at the North Cascades Gateway Center to Janicki Bioenergy, a local company known for its omni processor machine that turns human waste into water.

The sublease, signed last month, will go into effect no later than Jan. 1, 2018 and will run through 2076. It will cost $227 per acre, per month and covers 37 acres of the south campus.

Read more here: http://www.goskagit.com/news/janicki-bioenergy-leases-part-of-north-cascades-gateway-center/article_4fdc76ba-9374-5350-a625-3bfe5edfd53b.html

 

It’s full speed ahead for SAFE Boats in the law-and-order market

By Charles Clark, June 1, 2016, Seattle Times

Seattle Times business reporter

There was a rare pause on the production floor at SAFE Boats International in Bremerton last week as more than 300 employees, government officials and officers of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency celebrated the handoff of an aluminum patrol boat that can travel at more than 60 mph to interdict smugglers or other intruders along the nation’s coastline.

Speeches and tours might not be expected for the 2,000th boat build by SAFE, a growing boat builder that’s one of Kitsap County’s largest private employers.

With stable footing in Bremerton, SAFE Boats is continuing to pursue opportunities for growth.

It is working with the Port of Bremerton to figure out how to expand its footprint there, and hire 30 to 40 new employees by the end of the year.

Read more here: http://www.seattletimes.com/business/local-business/its-full-speed-ahead-for-safe-boats-in-the-law-and-order-market/

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