Other parcels by the water next to the grove of trees for development in Gig Harbor include the land where the Green Turtle restaurant is located and the old Egg Co-Op barn that is on the waterfront and has a marina attached. This land could be made available to the city for public waterfront access. The proposed project would require development agreement with city to allow increased density, and would mean forested parcel of land near waterfront would be clear cut.
Other parcels by the water next to the grove of trees for development in Gig Harbor include the land where the Green Turtle restaurant is located and the old Egg Co-Op barn that is on the waterfront and has a marina attached. This land could be made available to the city for public waterfront access. The proposed project would require development agreement with city to allow increased density, and would mean forested parcel of land near waterfront would be clear cut. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
Other parcels by the water next to the grove of trees for development in Gig Harbor include the land where the Green Turtle restaurant is located and the old Egg Co-Op barn that is on the waterfront and has a marina attached. This land could be made available to the city for public waterfront access. The proposed project would require development agreement with city to allow increased density, and would mean forested parcel of land near waterfront would be clear cut. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com

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