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4 thoughts on “Seattle Web Site Mistakes Port Orchard for Bremerton

  1. Sewer line envy? That or content envy seems about right.
    Too bad PO doesn’t focus on the businesses downtown to give people a reason to visit.
    Change the shacks and businesses downtown – few tourists need bail bondsmen.
    Give visitors a reason to add PO to their adgenda, also the charming ferry ride from Brem to PO.
    In my opinion… Sharon O’Hara

  2. The urbanspoon website has Mor Mor, Molly Ward Gardens, Finn Hill Java Works and the Keyport Mercantile under Bainbridge Island, too. Why list all of the cities in Kitsap, when they can get by with just two?

  3. Most cities don’t want to deal with anyone’s crap, port orchard and bremerton are FIGHTING over who GETS to deal with their crap….weird.

    Ironically, I can hit the sewer line with a rock from my property but have to put in a septic because I’m not in the official area of coverage. You’d think they’d focus on getting everything near the city first and then worry about expanding later.

  4. Glitch177k
    Be careful what you wish for…re: private septic v city sewage collection.

    We once lived within a city limits, on city water but had our own septic system.

    All was well until the city realized their utility system was close to total collapse and began repair, updating and replacement. The money had to come from somewhere…and charged accordingly to the vocal dismay of the residents.

    Our city water bill went sky high but the cost of sewer for residents raised itself out of sight. We were grateful for our septic system…in those days a standard system.
    Sharon O’Hara

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