Opinion

March 17, 2013 12:00 AM

Fuel dock plan fits port’s work to become more ‘green’

The Port of Olympia knows better than most the difficulties of changing public perception. For most of its 90 years as a port district encompassing all of Thurston County, heavy industrial activity on its property mirrored the resource-based commercial enterprises along the shorelines of East Bay and West Bay.

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