Changes in Manchester

Property owner Frank Tweten of Gig Harbor has proposed a three-story retail-residential complex for downtown Manchester. The 6,582-square-foot building on .38 acres will have commercial space on the main floor with a nine-unit housing complex above, as well as below grade parking. Kitsap County is requiring a conditional use permit.
Reporter Chris Dunagan will cover a hearing on the project at 10:30 Thursday at the Kitsap County Administration Building, 619 Division St., Port Orchard.

And on Saturday the Port of Manchester will conduct a survey of boaters and others using port facilities. Check later for a story on the survey with results of a preliminary survey taken in June. What would you guess the two top items of concern were among those surveyed? Answer: Parking and restrooms.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Before you post, please complete the prompt below.

(Not a trick question) What color is the pink house?