State parks future to be discussed this coming week
Sequim, WA - 2/21/06 -
The development of a new state park on the Miller Peninsula, and the future of the existing Sequim Bay State Park, will be discussed a special meeting this coming week.
Plans for developing the park on the Miller Peninsula, just east of Sequim Bay, have been percolating for years, ever since the state acquired some 3-thousand acres of land after plans for developing the land into a destination resort fizzled in the early 90s.
But work on the project has been accelerating in recent months, as state officials come closer to finalizing plans for the new park.
Next week, Washington State Parks will hold a public meeting to discuss the Miller Peninsula park plans, as well as the future of the aging Sequim Bay State Park. Park officials have been debating how to make improvements there, especially when it comes to RV and camping spaces and renovating utilities and buildings.
The meeting is set for Wednesday, from 6:30 to 8:30pm at Carrie Blake Park in Sequim.
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