Tag Archives: Studio Cascade

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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Council to consider waterfront design

On Tuesday, February 1, the Port Angeles City Council is expected to consider approval of the waterfront portion of the WTIP project. The effort, led by planning firm Studio Cascade and designed by LMN Architects and HBB Landscape Architecture, has engaged hundreds of residents through community workshops, open-house events, questionnaires and interviews, with additional input from […]

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Open House plan set

The November 18 open house was a busy event, with approximately 80 people present, consultant slideshows, tabletop drawings and nearly two dozen poster-sized exhibits for participants to review and comment on. If you couldn’t attend, or would simply like to review the drawings for the waterfront plan portion of the project, here’s your chance – […]

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Open House presentation

During the first half of the November 18 Open House, consultants Bill Grimes of Studio Cascade, Mark Hinshaw of LMN Architects and Jonathan Mugmon of AECOM made presentations on various portions of the draft WTIP. Here’s a copy of slides used in the presentation, reduced in size for easier download. Open House presentation (Acrobat® file)

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Daily News: Waterfront transformation

On November 21 2010, the Peninsula Daily News published an article covering the presentation and open house event held Thursday, November 19. The article presents key concepts developed for the waterfront, wayfinding and entry feature components of the WTIP, and includes quotes from attendees and Community Development Director Nathan West. Here’s a copy of the article, […]

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