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“We feel that low-level pathway lighting would be a positive addition to town,” said Chamber Director Lance Evans. He said the chamber's concern is with pedestrian safety, particularly on North Beach Road, as well as ensuring Eastsound is inviting to visitors after dark falls.
Community Events, July 2015
Washington State Ferries offered the following suggestions for ferry travel this summer.
OPAL Community Land Trust has obtained a purchase agreement on a 3.7-acre property on North Beach Road, just across the street from Children’s House.
For thousands of years we mostly upright humans have prayed to it, started wars over it, killed people in it and with it, built fancy huts to be close to it and tried to figure out ways to get out of it or get more of it.
This evening we passed a transportation package that makes an historic $6.1 billion investment in our transportation infrastructure. It funds a fourth ferry and provides $300 million in new operating funds to guarantee ferry service levels for over six years. It provides funding for critical projects in Whatcom, Skagit and San Juan Counties such as the Guemes Channel Trail, Sharpes Corner, and the Slater Road Interchange.