No Current Plans for Unused Navy Signal

The In Basket: Gary Lusk of Tracyton says, “On the Brownsville Highway just south of Highway 308, there is an unused traffic signal at an unused Keyport gate. Couldn’t this signal be recycled to save money?”


The In Basket: Gary Lusk of Tracyton says, “On the Brownsville Highway just south of Highway 308, there is an unused traffic signal at an unused Keyport gate. Couldn’t this signal be recycled to save money?”

The out basket: I asked Doug Bear of Kitsap County Public Works, but I’d headed in the wrong direction. It’s the Navy’s light, not the county’s, he said.

So I called Diane Jennings at Naval Undersea Warfare Center at Keyport. She said the light “was left in place in case we every needed to reopen the gate for emergency purposes. Right now, there are no plans remove, to recycle it, but that’s a good idea and it’s been forwarded to facilities personnel for their consideration.”

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