Community Green is open

  • Friday, July 19, 2019 2:16pm
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The Town of Coupeville has announced that the newly improved public parking lot, also called the Community Green, is officially open.

Paving and striping the lot has resulted in 12 additional parking spaces. The better defined ‘seasonal’ parking area will be open by the end of July, increasing the size and improving the circulation. The seasonal space will hold 44 vehicles.

“The new restrooms should be open next week. We are just waiting for PSE to connect the power,” a press release from Mayor Molly Hughes said. “Thank you for your support during this project.”

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