Ferry Dock Road meeting set

Washington State Ferries will host a pre-construction meeting 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 6 at the Clinton Community Hall.

Officials will provide information about the design to improve the pickup and drop-off area at Ferry Dock Road. The $3-million, state-funded project will widen the one-lane road, add separate pickup and drop-off zones with a through lane and bring sidewalks up to ADA standards.

Construction is slated to begin Feb. 11, according to the project website. The project will also include a new retaining wall on Columbia Beach Drive.

The project is scheduled to be finished by this summer.

Information about the project can be found at bit.ly/adaferrydockrd.

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