Port of HR Commission Gets Preview Of Lot 1 Infrastructure Plan

The Port of Hood River Commission got a sneak preview of a draft report on an infrastructure framework plan for Lot 1 on the Waterfront.  The presentation will be made during the Hood River Urban Renewal Agency meeting this Monday.  Port Executive Director Michael McElwee says the report lays out both necessary infrastructure to get the property along the Nichols Basin ready for development and optional enhancements.  The work needed for development is estimated to cost $7.5 million, and the optionals $4 million.  The enhancements would include riparian work, better access to the water, docks, a plaza, and restrooms, focused on the recreational portion of the site.

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