Mike Crawford, marine terminal foreman for the Port of Olympia, checks out the view on Tuesday from atop one of the two cranes high above the storage yard. The storage area could one day be filled with huge pontoons for the Highway 520 floating bridge replacement project in Seattle.
Mike Crawford, marine terminal foreman for the Port of Olympia, checks out the view on Tuesday from atop one of the two cranes high above the storage yard. The storage area could one day be filled with huge pontoons for the Highway 520 floating bridge replacement project in Seattle. The Olympian
Mike Crawford, marine terminal foreman for the Port of Olympia, checks out the view on Tuesday from atop one of the two cranes high above the storage yard. The storage area could one day be filled with huge pontoons for the Highway 520 floating bridge replacement project in Seattle. The Olympian

Port could be pontoon site

September 15, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED September 15, 2010 06:46 AM

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