The end of the line: Harbor-Works’ initial $1.3 million down to $168,588 – PDN

9/22 Peninsula Daily News

By Paige Dickerson
Peninsula Daily News
PORT ANGELES — The Harbor-Works Development Authority will return at least $168,588 in public money once it is formally dissolved next month.
That’s what the five board members of the public development authority — which was created by the city of Port Angeles more than two years ago — decided Tuesday during what they expect to be their final meeting.
The money is the amount of money left from the $1.3 million in loans from the City of Port Angeles and the Port of Port Angeles.
A cashier’s check will be issued to the city if the City Council formally votes to dissolve the authority at its Oct. 19 meeting, City Manager Kent Myers said.
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http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/article/20100922/news/309229980/the-end-of-the-line-harbor-works-initial-13-million-down-to-168
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