Grays Harbor Aberdeen Sprintboat Park continuing to motor forward

The Aberdeen City Council is continuing to move forward with plans for the Grays Harbor Aberdeen Sprintboat Park.

Last night the council passed two matters of business that should help move along the process of seeing the park come to fruition.

An ordinance that annexed land the city already owned into city limits not only passed its second reading last night but the council also expedited the process by suspending the rules and passed the third reading as well.

The new annexation is expected to hold a part of the new plans at the Bishop Athletic Complex that will include the Sprintboat Park.

A resolution was also passed by the council that expressed the city’s intent to move forward.

The resolution does state that it is not legally binding, but it is another step forward for the park. It passed with only Alice Phelps voting no.



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