Weekly news roundup

Ferry news for the week of December 2nd – 8th.

  • The Coast Guard orders WSF to increase staffing levels on the Issaquah and Evergreen State class boats. Note: check the comments in this story for some very interesting observations.
  • David Moseley faces an angry crowd at a WSF community in Freeland.
  • WSF says that Vigor Shipyard work had nothing to do with the fire that severely damaged the ferry Walla Walla.
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3 thoughts on “Weekly news roundup

  1. Susan Young

    I know we’re heavily focused on the proposed reservation system at the moment, but we also need to stay on top of what’s happening with WSF in terms of increased costs for mandated staffing levels, the cost of repairing the Walla Walla, and the idea of converting to liquid natural gas. Each of these will impact decisions made during the upcoming legislative session which, in turn, will impact those of us living in ferry dependent communities.

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    1. Susan Young

      This is why it is imperative that you share your thoughts about the reservation system with your legislators and Governor-elect Inslee. Here are their names and email addresses: Sen. Kevin Ranker (kevin.ranker@leg.wa.gov), Rep. Kris Lytton (kristine.lytton@leg.wa.gov), Rep. Jeff Morris (jeff.morris@leg.wa.gov), Jay Inslee (info@jayinslee.com). They will respond if they have evidence that their constituents care about what’s happening.

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