Gooseberry Point Dock Moving?

Part of the current Lummi Island Ferry system update planning involves improvements to the Gooseberry Pt dock and waiting facilities. The old, aging dock is likely to be moved north of its current location. At the January 4 PLIC (Protect Lummi Island Commmunity) annual meeting, Roland Middleton from the county will discuss the possibilities. All are welcome.

PLIC meeting, January 4, 2018, 6:30 PM, Beach School, Lummi Island

Official Notice:

PLIC Annual Meeting & Social

January 4, 2018 at 6:30 PM at the Beach School

Guest Speaker: Roland Middleton, Special Program Manger-Whatcom County Public Works Department

Protect Lummi Island Community (PLIC) is pleased to invite you to attend the PLIC Annual Meeting and Social on January 4, 2018 at 6:30 PM at the Beach School. For over seven years, PLIC has promoted community discussion and consensus on ferry-related issues to insure our community’s vital transportation link. Join us for cake and ice cream to help celebrate a positive new era, as we work towards the relocation of the Gooseberry Ferry Dock and ferry replacement for the Whatcom Chief.

Our guest speaker, Roland Middleton from the Public Works Department will discuss the County’s plans to relocate the aging Gooseberry Ferry Dock and complete needed repairs to the dock. The Gooseberry Ferry Dock is a key component in the development of our new ferry system. Please mark your calendar. Come mingle with your neighbors and learn more about this important topic. Happy holidays!

Stuart Rich- PLIC President

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