Ferries Honcho Moseley In Bremerton Dec. 2

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David Moseley, Washington State Department of Transportation Assistant Secretary for the Ferries Division, will be a guest during an open forum at a Bremerton City Council district meeting Dec. 2.

The District 3 community meting will be hosted by Bremerton City Councilman Adam Brockus, who said he has been extending an open invitation to the state Department of Transportation for some time.

“I feel like the dog who has been chasing the car and finally got one,” Brockus said.

Moseley will be available at the meeting from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

From 7 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Councilman Nick Wofford will talk about funding for street paving.

The meeting will be held at the Bremerton Senior Center, located at the corner of East 13th Street and Nipsic Avenue.

One thought on “Ferries Honcho Moseley In Bremerton Dec. 2

  1. Thanks for posting this on the Blog.

    It’s an Open Forum so you can ask about any concerns you have with the Ferry System. WSF is about to put out to the Legislature its plan to keep the Ferries operating long-term. If you have any ideas on how to save money with building new boats or with day-to-day operations, this meeting would be an excellent time to suggest it to the man who runs our ferry system.

    Or even to change the schedule.

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