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What's that noise?

Night work begins on new ferry terminal

 

Last updated 12/4/2019 at 8:11pm

Photo courtesy of Madeline Coats

Manson Construction needs extreme low tides to build wing walls for the new terminal. The tide has to be several feet below the welding locations for an extended period of time for workers to access the location. Photo courtesy of the City of Mukilteo. 

Mukilteo residents should expect to hear loud noises from the new ferry terminal, 910 Front St., during the upcoming weeks.

The City of Mukilteo approved a noise variance application for work activities associated with the installation of structural steel components for the new Mukilteo Ferry Terminal building Nov. 22. 

Manson Construction, on behalf of the Washington State Ferries, requested the noise variance to conduct work that exceeds the noise limits established in Mukilteo Municipal Code. The application also granted approval for work outside of the City's approved construction hour...



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