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BREMERTON

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  • CITY OF BREMERTON

  • BREMERTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE "Thank you for visiting our exciting community! We hope you enjoy your 'virtual visit' to one of America's Most Livable Cities (Money Magazine, 1990) and one of the Best Places to Raise a Family (Reader's Digest, 1997)."

    Part of the History: 1938 (March 18) - Bremerton Chamber of Commerce is incorporated. William Gates, Sr., grandfather of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, is Treasurer of the Chamber and signs incorporation papers.

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  • TRANSPORTATION & FERRY ISSUES:
    • Kitsap Transit's new fast ferry shows off high speed, low wake Kitsap Sun, By Ed Friedrich; Posted November 22, 2011 "Washington Department of Transportation, after shutting down its passenger ferries in September 2003, began research to solve the Rich Passage wake problem the next spring. Kitsap Transit took over the project in 2005. By the time the work wraps up in spring 2013, they together will have spent $5.4 million for the boat and $8 million for the research, in federal grants, said Carla Sawyer, a consultant for the project."

    • State recommends $2 million bond Sun, August 10, 1999 By Christopher Dunagan, Sun staff
      Rich Passage property owners who wish to slow the high-speed ferry Chinook should be forced to put up a bond worth $2 million, the state of Washington said in a brief filed in court Monday.
    • CHINOOK SLOWDOWN: Commuters seek action SUN, Aug. 6, 1999 By Lynette Meachum, Sun staff
      For Lisa Kerson, time is money. When she's hustling to day care, worrying about a $15 charge for every extra 10 minutes she leaves her child, ... It was one of many barbs the irate crowd aimed at a group of Rich Passage property owners whose lawsuit over wake damage is about to trigger a slowdown of the fast foot-ferry Chinook.
    • CHINOOK WAKE: Bremerton: Slowdown spells disaster By Steve Corda, Sun staff
      Slowing the fast ferry Chinook will have a "devastating" impact on Bremerton's economy, the city's attorney said Thursday. "Redevelopment of the city in general, and downtown in particular, depends on access to Seattle, especially fast-ferry access," the city said in its brief.
    • Argument centers on bond amount By Jeff Brody, Sun staff
      Lawyers for four Rich Passage property owners are arguing their clients should not have to post any bond to obtain a slowdown order in the lawsuit over the fast-ferry Chinook's

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  • Last Updated: May 2012 (gk)