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Allyn identifies replacing pier pilings as a priority

Plan is to request $500,000 for Allyn’s pilings

Port of Allyn lobbyist Holli Cocci reviewed the port’s priorities and what she will be requesting from the Legislature during its “long” 105-day session that begins Jan. 9.

She spoke to the commission Dec. 19.

Cocci noted the port’s pier is a primary priority, so she ceded the floor to Port of Allyn Executive Director Lary Coppola, who said the pier’s pilings are deteriorating.

Coppola said the piling beneath the alcove on the pier has rotted out, compelling the port to close that section of the pier.

Coppola suggested removing the existing creosote pilings and installing new conc...

 

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