Port planning Greenbank Farm bond payoff celebration

After 20 years, the Port of Coupeville is set to make its final payment on the Greenbank Farm bond Dec. 1.

And staff wants to celebrate.

Executive Director Chris Michalopoulos is looking for community members interested in being part of a committee to help plan the celebration, which will most likely be held in January.

For information, call the port office at 360-222-3151.

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