By Ken Stern 

Port of Skagit has vision for La Conner Marina development


ENVISION THIS 50 YEARS FROM NOW – The La Conner Marina office parking lot, and more, left, and the acreage, including the RV park and La Conner’s public works building, above, on the east side of North Third Street are being considered for development by the Port of Skagit, its property owner. The Port will introduce its vision at a 6 p.m. May 17 meeting at Maple Hall. It will be the place to be that evening. - Photos by Marissa Conklin

CORRECTION / CORRECTED: May 17 is the meeting date: The conversation starts at 6 p.m. May 17 at Maple Hall.

The Port of Skagit will present its vision for what Director Sarah Young calls “very big concepts” for developing 10 acres of its “uplands” at the La Conner Marina at a May 17 visioning session with the Town of La Conner’s council and planning commission. Greater La Conner residents attending the 6 p.m. hearing at Maple Hall will get in on the ground floor of what might be the biggest economic expansion – including mixed use housing – since the 1970 construction...

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