If you have been out at Austin Point, you may have noticed the bowl created on the north end of the property beginning to fill. This is dredge material that the Port receives as part of the maintenance and on-going operations of the Columbia River Navigation Channel. The USACE evaluates the needs of the Columbia [...]
The Port Commission will adopt a new time schedule for their meetings beginning January 3, 2019 at the December 20, 2018 meeting. The first Thursday meeting of the month will begin at 10 A.M. and the third Thursday meeting will begin at 3 P.M.
The Port Commission approved the 2019 Final Capital and Operations Budget on November 15, 2018. The Port reported minimal operation budget changes. The capital budget projects included the two Guild Road Industrial Park construction projects along with land acquisition for the DNR property currently awaiting finalization due to a challenge to the purchase sale agreement [...]
Port to receive dredge spoils in December-workshop on updating disposal sale and operations scheduled December 13
The Port Commission will be holding a workshop to discuss the Port's process of surplussing and sale of the dredge spoils at Austin Point. The Port Commission will take into serious consideration conditions for operation by any purchaser that are more consideration of the concerns of the residents of the Woodland Bottoms especially those along [...]
The Port Commission will begin their review process of the Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements beginning in January with a series of workshops, dates to be determined. This is to evaluate currently identified projects and provide updates to those as well as potential new projects, potential acquisitions as well as reviewing the goals and strategies [...]
The Port commissioners selected Robert Wile to fill the vacated seat of District 2 at the November 15 regular meeting. Interviews were held on November 14 with the four candidates. District 2 Bob Wile Notice
The Port of Woodland is working in partnership with the City of Woodland and private land owners for the infrastructure improvements for services needed for new developments. The City as the lead agency has committed $100,000 to the feasibility study and market analysis for the industrially zoned 426 acres of private property. http://tdn.com/news/local/officials-eye-woodland-bottoms-for-future-industrial-parks/article_a116ea4e-3dce-5c90-97c3-efde2b9e7289.html [...]
The Port of Woodland Commission has developed a new program called the Capital Community Development Project (CCDP), a funding mechanism to work with local community members to improve the Port District.