Port to study John Wayne Marina future
(Port Angeles) -- The Port of Port Angeles will start a study on meeting the future needs of the John Wayne Marina. The JWM Advisory Committee is set to meet with consultants for an in-depth study.
But already there are questions about how much to pay for the consultantís services. Phase one of the 2-part study includes looking at the demand for moorage and upland uses and facilities.
Phase two goes into greater detail, including cost for the various alternatives. The first meeting with Reed Middleton has not taken place yet, and the Advisory Committee Chairman, Dave Taney, told Port Commissioners Monday morning that they have budgeted 40-thousand dollars for phase one of the project.
But the consultants, Reed Middleton and Associates wants $50-thousand
in fees. Taney says he thinks the $10-thousand dollar difference can
be overcome, but will take some meeting. Taney also says he thinks
Phase Two of the Master Plan is very ambitious, and may be pared down
to cost less money.
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