Building a bridge with a Web

Friends and former players create park in memory of former Bremerton coach Chuck Semancik.

He said the Web page should eventually be a portal like

“From the front page you should be able to get anything you are interested in,” Kaoningisor said.

The city will pay Kaoningisor $11,000 for his work, with $6,000 to maintain it next year.

City directors and Kaoningisor will work together to load information.

City Councilmember Mike Shepherd, who helped start the city’s first web page three years ago, said he is not going to be happy unless he sees a major change in the new site.

“People expect more,” he said.

He gets calls from Web savvy yet frustrated Seattle residents who want to move to Bremerton and invest in the town, but can’t retrieve any useful information from the current site.

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