In Opposition to the North Kitsap Legacy Project

 

“Port Gamble Bay is one of the last pristine bays in Puget Sound and is classified as a Shoreline of State Wide Significance. It is likely the most important remaining spawning area for Pacific Herring South of the Strait of Georgia.”

--Gwen Thomas, founder, Friends of Port Gamble Bay

Gwen Thomas NKLP Comment


"The health of (Port Gamble Bay) would be destroyed by a large development just above it, not to mention the marina OPG would want to locate there."

--Hood Canal Environmental Council, Autumn 2010 newsletter

Hood Canal Environmental Council

 

"This land has been our ancestor's source of life and to this day many of the Tribal members depend on (Port Gamble Bay) and land around the reservation for their source of food and income....Pollution is already shutting down our time for harvest and killing the salmon, shellfish and shrimp populations."

--Kingston Middle School Students and Descendants of the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe

Kingston Middle School Students FCC Letter

 

"There was a boat that was moored in Port Gamble Bay, this boat had an oil-diesel spill of over 100 gallons. Our beaches where we harvest shellfish were closed for one and a half months. This was pure devastation for our people."

--Marie Hebert, Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe member

Marie Hebert FCC Letter

Marie Hebert FCC NHT Comments

 

"Port Gamble Bay is a State of Washington Model Toxics Control Act ("MTCA") cleanup site arising from wood waste and pollutants discharged from the Port Gamble Mill Site and post-marine industrial activities over the past 157 years. Port Gamble Bay has not been restored and OPG's proposed development leaves unanswered questions as to the future impacts to the bay and treaty resources."

--Joint letter from Port Gamble S'Klallam and Suquamish Tribe to Commissioner Steve Bauer

Port Gamble and Suquamish Joint Letter

 

KRCC Public Hearing Re: Proposed Revisions to the Kitsap Countywide Planning Policies

Kitsap Citizens for Responsible Planning

Kitsap Planning Commission Comments 9/28/2010

Michael Sullivan Sr FCC Letter

NKLP FCC NHT Harless Comments

Futurewise September 2010

Gomez NKLP Comment

PGST NKLP comments 11/3/10

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