Part of Port Angeles' ferry landing is gone!
Photo by Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News
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In the accompanying photo, David Gonzales of Seattle-based Manson Construction Co. is shown fishing for stray debris after the decades-old portion of the dock over water was removed this week as part of a $3.5 million project by Black Ball Ferry Lines.
The project calls for a new pier, upgraded traffic lanes and passenger terminal area as well as a rebuilt U.S. Customs inspection area for the Port of Entry.
The roof covering the lanes of the old Customs inspection station came down Monday.
Customs now is using a temporary area on the landing's east side for vehicles off the Coho.
Last modified: November 29. 2012 6:20PM