KGMI News Reporting
By Mike Curtiss
BELLINGHAM, Wash. – People can get an up-close look at Bellingham’s waterfront redevelopment site this Thursday with public walking tours hosted by the City and Port of Bellingham.
Carolyn Casey with the Port of Bellingham says each tour lasts about an hour.
The tours will give people a chance to see the property, hear what’s being planned and ask questions.
There will be three 1-hour tours Thursday afternoon at 4:30, 5:30 and 6:30.
The tours will start at the granary building at Roeder Avenue and Central Street, and will focus on the log pond and downtown areas of the waterfront district.
Parking will be available alongside the granary building.
No registration is necessary for the tour, but the site is under construction and closed-toe shoes are required.
The Bellingham City Council will hold its next public hearing on the waterfront redevelopment plans next Monday.