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3 thoughts on “Downtown PO: This Could Be the Start of Something Big

  1. It’s nice to see that federal “New Markets Tax Credit” program used for something over on this side of the inlet. I wonder why Kitsap County Consolidated Housing Authority didn’t go knocking on Port Orchard’s door immediately after the allocation of credits was made to KCCHA by the Feds. Don’t we elect enough Democrats over here to suit them? Or, is it just that they think of Bremerton and only Bremerton when the issue of government subsidy/funding for economic development arises?

  2. Bob,

    I agree with you that this Port Orchard development is a good and appropriate use of those funds. Unlike the ferry fiasco, it will be private money, not public money that will be at risk.

    However, don’t think that King Richard was satisfied with that $ 6million he got for the ferry study. See

    http://www.kitsapregionalcouncil.org/lib

    and you can see that at the next next KRCC meeting he will request that $1.1 million targeted for the park and ride at Newberry Hill be redirected to the ferry study! Company doing the study is most certainly laughing all the way to the bank…. This April 8th meeting will be telecast on BKAT at 8pm that date.

    http://www.kitsapregionalcouncil.org/lib

    See item 6b

  3. Another 1.1 mil for a study they already have allocated 6 mil for?!?!?!?

    Heck, they could have bought the Snohomish or Chinook from Washington State and had it running from Harper/Southworth to downtown Seattle for less than 6 mil.

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