Ferry chief due in Clinton in June

Representatives from Washington State Ferries will dock in the communities they serve soon, to share information and answer questions about what’s next for the ferry system.

The ferry officials will host a series of community meetings to discuss the recent legislative session, new ferries, system performance targets, vehicle reservations system and liquefied natural gas as a potential fuel for the fleet. South Whidbey residents will have a chance to meet with officials from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 12 at the Clinton Community Hall, located at 6411 Central Ave.

“These meetings are great opportunities for people to share their thoughts on the ferry system with us, and for us to answer any questions they might have,” said David Moseley, assistant secretary for the Washington State Department of Transportation, Ferries Division. “I’ll also be recapping the 2012 legislative session and talking about what lies ahead for state ferries.”

During the meetings, Moseley will give a brief presentation on system-wide and route-specific issues.

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