Large Turnout Derails Crude By Rail Workshop in Aberdeen
After the meeting Aberdeen Mayor Bill Simpson said they plan to find a bigger venue for the next meeting “This was put on by the mayors and sponsored by the port,. We’ll have another one, we want to hear what people have to say.”
If all 3 projects were to break ground, Nelson said it would bring over 100 permanent jobs to the port, plus additional temporary jobs during the construction phases. Nelson encouraged the public to visit the port’s website at www.portofgraysharbor.com to provide further input and watch for future meetings.