Port District 2 will soon have a new office at Skamokawa Vista Park.
A contractor delivered a park model cabin on Tuesday. Once the building is set up, port staff will use it for an office. Port commissioners hope to construct a stick built building in the future for a permanent office; this would free the park model to be a rental for campers.
The port plans to hire contractors to upgrade electrical wiring in that part of the park. They said they'd try to upgrade wiring in other parts of the park next year, if they can budget the money.
Commissioners Kayrene Gilbertsen and Lori Scott said they have had conversations with a person who is considering donating property, some time in the future, to the port, for use as a park.
Commissioners also passed resolutions declaring some old fencing surplus and eligible for sale and setting the price of sand the park sells at $3.75 per yard or $5 for a self-loaded load in a standard size pickup.