Port proposes adding $2.7 million second warehouse by mid-2014 – The Port of Olympia has set in motion a plan to build a second warehouse on the marine terminal, a building the port says it needs to accommodate its growing volume of cargo.
City of Kennewick, port set to vote on wine village plan – The first phase of a joint plan to remake East Columbia Drive into a wine village could cost the Port of Kennewick and the city up to $1.3 million each.
Bell challenges McAuley’s reelection bid in port race – Four years ago, Mike McAuley shook things up at the Port of Bellingham by unseating 16-year veteran commissioner Doug Smith. Now Whatcom County voters will decide whether to keep McAuley or replace him with Ken Bell.
Kowalczyk, Robbins seek Port of Bellingham seat – Based on their responses on questionnaires and their comments at forums, it’s hard to find a lot of difference between Dan Robbins and Renata Kowalczyk, the two candidates for the District 1 Port of Bellingham commission seat being vacated by Scott Walker.
Port of Port Angeles candidates debate ballot propositions, port history, Wild Olympics – McAleer and Del DelaBarre, her opponent in the race for port commissioner in the all-mail Nov. 5 general election, debated term lengths and other issues at a Peninsula Daily News forum at the Elwha Klallam Heritage Training Center on Monday night.
Huge redevelopment planned for Mukilteo waterfront – As the ferry terminal comes on line, the Port of Everett expects that stores, restaurants and other amenities will be built out.
Peter Callaghan: Has our port vs. port sibling rivalry gone stale? – On the issues between the Ports of Seattle and Tacoma.
Inslee hires former Port of Seattle exec to boost maritime industry – Former Port of Seattle attorney Steve Sewell has been appointed “maritime sector lead,” in a new state position supporting the maritime industry.
Oil-By-Rail Terminal Back On The Table For Vancouver, WA – The Port Commission of Vancouver is holding a public meeting on Tuesday to reopen discussion on a controversial oil by rail terminal.
Puget Sound backup hints at grain rebound – There’s a backup of cargo ships on Puget Sound, and port officials are happy about it.
Area Rallies to State Its Case for SR 167 – Local politicos and business boosters rallied last week to show their support for efforts to find funding to construct the last “critical mile” of State Route 167.