Tag Archives: Peninsula Daily News

Daily News: Waterfront to change

On Tuesday, January 3, the Peninsula Daily News published an article covering the range of efforts underway to realize the WTIP, including features expected to be built and completed before the end of this year. The article, written by Staff Reporter Tom Callis, also provides timeframe information on proposed improvements to the Black Ball Ferry […]

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Daily News: Sign makers given more time

On Thursday, February 3, the Peninsula Daily News published an article regarding a one-week extension granted by City staff to prepare bid proposals for a trial run of wayfinding signs downtown. According to the article, two Port Angeles sign makers felt the one week response time provided under the original listing was too tight to […]

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Council approves plan!

On Tuesday, February 1 – after more than five months of public process and design work – the Port Angeles City Council adopted the Waterfront Plan portion of the WTIP. The plan, which includes City Pier, Hollywood Beach, Railroad Avenue and the Valley Creek area, was developed to be implemented in multiple phases as grant […]

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Daily News: More WTIP updates

On Sunday, January 31, and on Monday, February 1, the Peninsula Daily News published articles regarding the continued progress on the WTIP and the wayfinding and entry signs effort. The first article, entitled “Sign makers say deadline too tight for new Port Angeles directional signs,” covered the possibility of an extended deadline for sign makers to […]

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Daily News: Council to consider plan

On Sunday, January 9, the Peninsula Daily News published an article regarding PA’s continued progress on the WTIP and the wayfinding and entry signs effort. Per headline, the article discusses the City Council’s scheduled meeting on February 1 to discuss and consider adoption of the draft plan, details changes being considered in response to public input […]

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Daily News: Welcome signs

On Thursday, December 9, the Peninsula Daily News published an article covering that week’s City Council meeting considering WTIP entry sign alternates. The article focuses on concerns regarding potential placement sites for the eastern entry sign, and schedule revisions should location decisions be delayed. The article includes several images of the two entry schemes presented to […]

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