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An update from the Port of Lopez

We are working with OPALCO on a Solar project northeast of the runway. This solar array will serve our community, like the successful solar project on Decatur Island, but with a possible backup battery bank for leveling power demands and for emergency power. See attached photo

Our community has expressed concern about the recent illegal dumping of marine sewage in Fisherman Bay. The Port of Lopez is developing a potential plan to administer and finance a mobile marine pumpout vessel to serve Fisherman Bay and possibly surrounding waters. Grant funding would come from a private Foundation and/or from the Washington State Clean Vessel Program which receives Federal funding from a portion of taxes on the sales of boats, fishing equipment and small engine fuel. The vessel may be powered with electric outboard motors.

We continue with our feasibility studies to install a real time weather reporting station (AWOS) and instrument landing capability (IFR) that will aid medical evacuation flights, and commercial and private pilots in inclement weather. We expect to receive FAA funds to cover 90% of the project costs.

We welcome and appreciate any input on these projects. Please email rhoffman@portoflopez.com with any comments or call 360-468-4116 or go to portoflopez.com and click on Commission/suggestions.

Sincerely,
The Port of Lopez Commissioners and Manager.

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