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Online Primary Voters' Pamphlet, August 6, 2013
Port of Olympia - Port Commissioner, District No. 2
 
 
Port of Olympia -Port districts are empowered to levy taxes and special local improvement assessments, to promote economic development, to create incidental park and recreation facilities, to adopt and enforce regulations relating to moorage and toll facilities, and to cooperate with counties and cities in applying general police and traffic regulations to port properties and operations. The commissioners set objectives, policies, and overall port direction through comprehensive plans. The port manages 1,650 acres of land including the Olympia Airport, Swantown Marina, New Market facilities site, and a modern marine terminal. The three-member Port Commission serves as the board of directors for the Port of Olympia, a municipal corporation. Each commissioner represents a district within Thurston County. The term of office is four years, and a two year election cycle assures continuity in the direction of the port’s enterprises.

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  All voters in the county will vote on this position.
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Bill McGregor 6402 Sierra Dr SE, Lacey, WA 98503, (360) 918-3821, mcgregorbill@hotmail.com
Bill McGregor

Having lived in Thurston County (Lacey) for over 20 years and with over 30 years of Port experience, I am running for re-election to the Port Commission. The Port of Olympia is an important partner in the economic development of this County. My views are: continued clean up of contaminated sites for a healthy Budd Inlet, sound fiscal responsibility/management of the ports assets, support of the shipping of cargo across the marine terminal docks, continued development of port properties that drive investment by public/private developers within Thurston County, improve the presence of family wage jobs in our community and strive to develop partnerships with other local government entities to accomplish a common good for our community which is important to our vitality and way of life. I want to continue to be your Port Commissioner in 2014.

 
 
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