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Expedia Group Announces Plan to Improve Elliott Bay Trail
Renovation will include improvements to bike and running trails, and expanded public waterfront access

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Jun 04, 2018, 12:00 ET
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BELLEVUE, Wash., June 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Expedia Group, Inc. is enhancing the section of the Elliott Bay Trail between W. Galer St. and Centennial Park as work continues on its new campus and surrounding public amenities on Elliott Bay.

16th avenue: The new bike and pedestrian trail system features separate paths for pedestrians and cyclists to increase safety. Additionally, a sharp corner has been softened to increase visibility for trail users and to maximize views of waterfront.
"In creating our new campus, we have the opportunity to make some terrific improvements to the public spaces around the campus, including both the biking and running trails and the waterfront," said Mark Nagle, Vice President of Real Estate. "We're excited to make the waterfront and the Elliott Bay trail friendlier to neighborhood residents and visitors with more areas to access the space and separate paths for pedestrians and bikers."
"Everyone who uses the trail is aware of the really abrupt turn in front of our new campus," said Nagle. "We want to soften that corner and make it safer and, in doing so, we were able to open up space and create a new public waterfront viewpoint. The public areas along the Elliott Bay Trail – the Olympic Sculpture Park, the bike and running paths, the waterfront – are true Seattle gems. We are excited to have the opportunity to give back to the community by making improvements that better connect this area to the surrounding neighborhoods."
In order to make these renovations, bikers, runners and others who use the Elliott Bay Trail will be detoured around the construction site. Beginning July 18, 2018, the section of the Elliott Bay Trail on the waterfront surrounding Expedia Group's new campus will be temporarily closed, and bikers and runners will be re-routed. A temporary pedestrian walking path will be routed over the W. Galer St. flyover and along Elliott Avenue. Cyclists will be routed along Alaskan Way, connecting back to the Elliott Bay Trail at both ends of the closure. The renovated areas will re-open to the public in Fall 2019.
“We are thrilled with the work that Expedia is doing to improve the Elliott Bay Trail and the public spaces around their new campus,” said Richard Smith, Executive Director of Cascade Bicycle Club. “We will be working closely with Expedia over the next year, both on the improvements to the Elliott Bay Trail and to ensure the temporary detour is safe for all people who ride bikes. We look forward to partnering with Expedia as they transition to their new Seattle home.”
Expedia Group is one of the world's largest travel platforms. We help knock down the barriers to travel, making it easier, more enjoyable, more attainable and more accessible. We are here to bring the world within reach for customers and partners around the globe. We leverage our platform and technology capabilities across an extensive portfolio of businesses and brands to orchestrate the movement of people and the delivery of travel experiences on a both local and global scale. Our family of travel brands includes: Brand Expedia®, Hotels.com®, Expedia® Partner Solutions, Egencia®, trivago®, HomeAway®, Orbitz®, Travelocity®, Wotif®, lastminute.com.au®, ebookers®, CheapTickets®, Hotwire®, Classic Vacations®, Expedia® Group Media Solutions, CarRentals.com™, Expedia Local Expert®, Expedia® CruiseShipCenters®, SilverRail Technologies, Inc., ALICE and Traveldoo®. For more information, visit www.expediagroup.com.
© 2018 Expedia, Inc. All rights reserved. Trademarks and logos are the property of their respective owners. CST: 2029030-50

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[06/19/18]   There have been a number of king salmon landed off the Edmonds pier over the past couple of weeks. We are not even close to the peak season but there is a chance of finding one of the early returning fish at this time. We heard of a 17 pound Chinook landed earlier this week.
Most anglers are fsihing a variety of lead minnow lures in the 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 ounce range. Some of the most popular brands are Point Wilson Darts in both the candlefish and herring models, Luhr Jensen Crippled Herring, Mega Baits, Pucci Minnows and Dungeness Stingers. The best color schemes are those of plain white or pearl white, green and chartreuse and black backed. Glow in the Dark jigs early in the AM or PM are also a plus. Make sure to change you hooks to a single barbless style to conform to the regulations.
We have a great selection of salmon jigs in stock at the present time.

[06/19/18]   Coho fishing for the smaller delayed release resident coho has been quite good since it opened in Marine Area 10. Most anglers I;ve spoke with have had no problem in conecting with them. Both the area south of Edmonds and the Jefferson Head area have both held good number of fish. Most are not anything to write home about size wise but do make for some good eating. The fish are feeding highly upon krill, crab and shrimp spawn as well as some herring.
This might be a fun fishery to participate in until the king season opens July 16th in Marine Area 9 & 10.

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Ocean Sport Salmon Reports | Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife

Recreational salmon fishing gets underway June 23 in the ocean
OLYMPIA – Anglers can reel in salmon off the Washington coast beginning June 23, when three marine areas open for recreational salmon fishing.
Marine areas 1 (Ilwaco), 3 (La Push), and 4 (Neah Bay) will be open daily starting Saturday, June 23. Marine Area 2 (Westport) will be open Sundays through Thursdays beginning Sunday, July 1.
Fewer chinook salmon are expected to make their way through Washington's ocean waters this year as compared to 2017, said Wendy Beeghley, a fishery manager with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).
Beeghley said the agency anticipates a return of coho fairly similar to last year's return.
The recreational chinook catch quota this year is 27,500 fish, which is 17,500 fewer fish than 2017's quota of 45,000. Meanwhile, the coho quota is 42,000 fish, the same as in 2017.
Although all four marine areas are scheduled to close Sept. 3, Beeghley reminds anglers that areas could close earlier if the quota is met. Throughout the summer, anglers can check WDFW's webpage at https://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/creel/ocean/ for updates.
In marine areas 1, 2, and 4, anglers will be allowed to retain two salmon, only one of which can be a chinook. Anglers fishing in Marine Area 3 will have a two-salmon daily limit. In all marine areas, anglers must release wild coho.
More information about the fisheries can be found in the 2018-19 Washington Sport Fishing Rules pamphlet, available at license vendors and sporting goods stores and online at https://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/regulations/.

wdfw.wa.gov Marine areas 1 (Ilwaco), 3 (La Push), and 4 (Neah Bay) open to salmon fishing daily starting Saturday, June 23, 2018. Marine Area 2 (Westport) will be open Sundays through Thursdays beginning Sunday, July 1, 2018.

[06/14/18]   WDFW FISHING RULE CHANGE
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091
http://wdfw.wa.gov
June 13, 2018
Snake River spring chinook fisheries to close
Action: Close all areas of the Snake River to fishing for spring chinook salmon.
Effective date: All areas will close immediately.
Species affected: Spring chinook salmon.
Location:
Below Ice Harbor Dam: Snake River from the South Bound Highway 12 Bridge near Pasco upstream about seven miles to the fishing restriction boundary below Ice Harbor Dam;
Below Little Goose Dam: Snake River from Texas Rapids boat launch (south side of the river upstream of the mouth of Tucannon River) to the fishing restriction boundary below Little Goose Dam. This zone includes the rock and concrete area between the juvenile bypass return pipe and Little Goose Dam along the south shoreline of the facility (includes the walkway area locally known as "the Wall" in front of the juvenile collection facility);
Clarkston: Snake River from the downstream edge of the large power lines crossing the Snake River (just upstream from West Evans Road on the south shore) upstream about 3.5 miles to the Washington state line (from the east levee of the Greenbelt boat launch in Clarkston northwest across the Snake River to the Washington-Idaho boundary waters marker on the Whitman County shore).
Reason for action: Snake River spring chinook fisheries have reached the allowed harvest levels for natural origin fish and will close immediately.
Information contact: Jeremy Trump, District 3 Fish Biologist.

Fishers must have a current Washington fishing license, appropriate to the fishery. Check the WDFW "Fishing in Washington" rules pamphlet for details on fishing seasons and regulations. Fishing rules are subject to change. Check the WDFW Fishing hotline for the latest rule information at (360) 902-2500, press 2 for recreational rules. For the Shellfish Rule Change hotline call (360)796-3215 or toll free 1-866-880-5431.
Persons with disabilities who need to receive this information in an alternative format or who need reasonable accommodations to participate in WDFW-sponsored public meetings or other activities may contact Dolores Noyes by phone (360-902-2349), TTY (360-902-2207), or email (dolores.noyes@dfw.wa.gov). For more information, see http://wdfw.wa.gov/accessibility/reasonable_request.html.

[06/14/18]   WDFW FISHING RULE CHANGE
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091
http://wdfw.wa.gov
June 13, 2018
Snake River spring chinook fisheries to close
Action: Close all areas of the Snake River to fishing for spring chinook salmon.
Effective date: All areas will close immediately.
Species affected: Spring chinook salmon.
Location:
Below Ice Harbor Dam: Snake River from the South Bound Highway 12 Bridge near Pasco upstream about seven miles to the fishing restriction boundary below Ice Harbor Dam;
Below Little Goose Dam: Snake River from Texas Rapids boat launch (south side of the river upstream of the mouth of Tucannon River) to the fishing restriction boundary below Little Goose Dam. This zone includes the rock and concrete area between the juvenile bypass return pipe and Little Goose Dam along the south shoreline of the facility (includes the walkway area locally known as "the Wall" in front of the juvenile collection facility);
Clarkston: Snake River from the downstream edge of the large power lines crossing the Snake River (just upstream from West Evans Road on the south shore) upstream about 3.5 miles to the Washington state line (from the east levee of the Greenbelt boat launch in Clarkston northwest across the Snake River to the Washington-Idaho boundary waters marker on the Whitman County shore).
Reason for action: Snake River spring chinook fisheries have reached the allowed harvest levels for natural origin fish and will close immediately.
Information contact: Jeremy Trump, District 3 Fish Biologist.

Fishers must have a current Washington fishing license, appropriate to the fishery. Check the WDFW "Fishing in Washington" rules pamphlet for details on fishing seasons and regulations. Fishing rules are subject to change. Check the WDFW Fishing hotline for the latest rule information at (360) 902-2500, press 2 for recreational rules. For the Shellfish Rule Change hotline call (360)796-3215 or toll free 1-866-880-5431.
Persons with disabilities who need to receive this information in an alternative format or who need reasonable accommodations to participate in WDFW-sponsored public meetings or other activities may contact Dolores Noyes by phone (360-902-2349), TTY (360-902-2207), or email (dolores.noyes@dfw.wa.gov). For more information, see http://wdfw.wa.gov/accessibility/reasonable_request.html.

[06/04/18]   Port of Seattle Commission Meeting Notice
June 5, 2018

On Tuesday, June 5, 2018, The Port of Seattle Commission will convene a special meeting beginning at 3:00 p.m. The meeting location is The Conference Center at Sea-Tac, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The purpose of the meeting is to hold an executive session to discuss one matter relating to potential litigation and legal risk. No final actions will be taken at this meeting.

[06/04/18]   Map & Directions
2711 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98121

Formerly known as Elliott Bay Park, in 2011, Centennial Park was rededicated to commemorate the port’s 100th anniversary. Featuring scenic green space and occasional seal and sea lion activity in Elliott Bay, it's regarded as one of the premier waterfront parks in Seattle.
Park Features:
11 acre park
4,100 linear feet of shoreline
Tackle shop
Rose garden
Bike and pedestrian path
Pull-up and parallel bars, inclined bench
View grain terminal operations
View of Elliott Bay, Mount Rainier, and Olympic Mountains
Picnic tables, benches and restrooms
Hours: Dawn to dusk
Occasional seal and sea lion activity in Elliott Bay
Public Notice: The Port of Seattle and the Department of Fish and Wildlife are working together to determine the future of the Fishing Pier at Centennial Park. Safety hazards associated with the pier’s structure and utilities prompted its indefinite closure. The public is welcome to fish at the facilities at Pier 69, just down the street.

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Porto di Civitavecchia: indirizzo, come arrivare e info utili

Courtney Gregoire
President
Seattle Port Commission

Madame President,

I learned that Expedia might have a passenger ferry service at Pier 86 in a few years. I am concerned about this idea, because it sounds to me like a private takeover of a public amenity. As the plaque erected by the Port Commission on the site in 1980 says, it was intended for use by the citizens of King County. Centennial Park should be reserved for the public to use the way it is now, not turned into a tourist destination.

Open space in Seattle is precious. The buildings are getting higher, as is the zoning. New tall building are creating canyons that increase and echo noise from the street, and that create shade where there was none before. Our downtown parks are being activated to the point where there is no place where you can sit without hearing noise or smelling a food truck or its diesel fumes.

For these reasons, the respite Centennial Park provides from the active life of the city is critical to public health. The park plays an important function for people that live and work in the downtown neighborhoods. It is a marvelous place to be, for views across the water, for peace and for open sky.

Allowing passenger ferry service in place of, or in addition to, the public fishing opportunity at that location is more than an incremental change to the activities in Centennial Park. It would be permanent. It would change views from the shoreline of Mount Rainier, the Olympics, West Seattle, Elliott Bay, and would bring noise and air pollution to the site. And it would commercialize the site where it is currently peaceful and a nice break from downtown.

There is already noise and air pollution by Pier 86 due to the operations of Terminal 8, but that the use predates the park. That said, the grain terminal pollutes the air and the water with grain dust. But adding noise and air pollution to the existing noise and air pollution issues doesn’t make sense.

I am aware that a hundred years ago, there were landing spots for small ferries that were part of the Mosquito Fleet, that ferried people to and from vacation homes, farms, etc. But if a passenger ferry pier replaced the existing use at Pier 86, simply a public fishing pier, I think it would be serving tourists, specifically.

I think there are better ways to ferry passengers on the cruise ships to downtown that would not increase noise and air pollution in the park. As I said in a letter to the Commission last summer, pedicabs could be encouraged to bring people back and forth. There is a dedicated bikeway in the park, and this method of transportation would not bring more noise and air pollution to the park, nor would it bring commercialization,either. Pedicabs would help the Port meet its sustainability goals. It would also bring more customers to the small business at the entry to the pier, Fish On. As I mentioned in a prior letter, echoed by Lee Fogel at the April 10 meeting, this business has created a small cultural oasis in the park that attracts users.

Respectfully yours,

Heather McAuliffe

Cc: Stephanie Bowman
Ryan Calkins
Fred Felleman
Peter Steinbrueck

Attachments: Photo of Porto di Civitavecchia, Italy. Reference: https://civitavecchia.portmobility.it/it/porto-di-civitavecchia
Photos of Westlake Park. Courtesy of SDOT
Photo of Occidental Park. Courtesy of Xconomy.com

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