The first boat is available to begin the Bremerton run in early 2017, and Kingston service would begin soon after.
By Wes Larson and Steve Sego This November, Kitsap County voters will have the opportunity to approve a high-speed cross-sound ferry system linking North Kitsap, Bremerton and South Kitsap to downtown Seattle.
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Perhaps the greatest benefit will be a locally managed, funded and supported ferry system that will reduce our reliance on the state ferries that struggle to maintain existing service levels with uncertain revenues.
Naysayers point to the cost and risk of operating passenger-only ferries, and question Kitsap County's ability to run a ferry system that is otherwise relatively commonplace in waterfront communities throughout the world.
Too often our children leave the West Sound for education, business and career opportunities unavailable locally.
The high-speed cross-sound ferry will efficiently link students and those seeking employment in world-class businesses with schools and jobs easily accessed from all of Kitsap County.
Velasquez can be seen getting into the driver’s seat and it appears as though he is trying to parallel park the car.
The woman walks across the street and appears to take cover behind a parked vehicle.
On Tuesday night, police were called to the 8100 block of 31st Avenue Southwest, in the city’s Roxhill neighborhood, after reports of shots fired and a man lying in the street.
Police found a man, later identified as Edixon Velasquez, 25, with two gunshot wounds outside his home. During the investigation, Velasquez’s two roommates told police that Velasquez’s former girlfriend “Anna” had contacted him and told him she “urgently” wanted to meet at his home and that he should come outside to talk to her.
These 30-minute crossings are first and foremost about having better access to jobs and economic opportunity for Kitsap County.