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Port of Bremerton
Where’s all the
The Port of Bremerton leaders seem to think “transparency” is the key to winning back the public’s trust.
New Port CEO Cary Bozeman declared at a July 14 port meeting earning the public’s trust is the port’s “most urgent priority.”
To build trust, Bozeman told all port staff the agency should adopt a seven-step action plan to include meetings with the public. I think this would be a waste of time and resources.
The port’s action plan should include a solid method and commitment to creating a self-supporting operation.
After all, the Port of Bremerton’s own mission statement says, “Our long-term goal is to reduce reliance on taxes to cover operations.”
This has been the goal for many years, but when will we see a real commitment to it?
I want the port to live up to its commitment and become self-sustaining. And I want lower taxes. If the port can’t be self-sustaining at some point in the very near future, then put the marinas and the industrial park up for sale.
It’s as simple as that.