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Tongue Point purchase back in Port’s sights
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Tongue Point purchase back in Port’s sights
The Port of Astoria's once again looking at how to buy North Tongue Point.

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Port tackles most pressing issues in proposed budget
The Port of Astoria's 2015-16 proposed budget is out — before its 2013-14 audit.
Port supports Buckmaster
Port supports Buckmaster
The Port of Astoria Commissionand the Astoria City Council endorsed Bruce Buckmaster.
Port to release report on Weston
Port to release report on Weston
A report into former interim Executive Director Mike Weston will soon be released.
Haul-out hurdles: Port installs  new obstacles for sea lions at the East End
Haul-out hurdles: Port installs new obstacles for sea lions at the East End
The Port of Astoria started putting up fences against sea lions Friday.
Port of Astoria approves new projects
The Port of Astoria Commission approved a couple of big projects Tuesday night.
Port to fence off sea lions
Port to fence off sea lions
The Port of Astoria is putting up barriers to sea lions in the East End Mooring Basin.
Port answers lawsuit: Attorney denies allegations against Weston, Port of Astoria
Port answers lawsuit: Attorney denies allegations against Weston, Port of Astoria
The Port of Astoria's lawyer has responded to suits filed by fired employees Colleen Browne and Tami Herman.
Could Port couple cleanup and boatyard?
Could Port couple cleanup and boatyard?
The Port of Astoria might have a solution to get the boatyard off of Pier 3 but still on the central waterfront.
Building a better boatyard: Group focuses on practices, placement
Building a better boatyard: Group focuses on practices, placement
The Port of Astoria's boatyard committee talked about the short- and long-term at its second meeting.
A not-so-welcome mat for sea lions
A not-so-welcome mat for sea lions
The Port of Astoria is looking at an electrified mat for the sea lions at the East End Mooring Basin.
Ilwaco port watching for furry invaders
Ilwaco port watching for furry invaders
What will happen, they wonder, if the sea lions taking over docks and piling up under piers in Astoria begin to feel crowded? Will they come to Ilwaco?