Agendas, Minutes, & Documents
The Commission of the Port District of Coupeville meets on the second Wednesday of every month at 10 a.m. at the Masonic Lodge at 804 Main Street North in Coupeville or Jim Davis House, Greenbank Farm, 765 Wonn Road, Suite E in Greenbank. In accordance with Port of Coupeville Resolution 224, all regular meetings are preceded by a fifteen-minute work session for the purpose of reviewing proposed minutes, vouchers, and other agenda items.
Next Meeting Agenda:
The minutes posted on this website have been approved and released by the Board of Commissioners. Questions and comments on these minutes may be addressed to the Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Documents for Upcoming Meeting
11/13/2019: November Meeting Documents
Documents from Previous Board of Commissioners Meetings
10/9/2019: October Meeting Documents
9/11/2019: September Meeting Documents
8/14/2019: August Meeting Documents
7/10/2019: July Meeting Documents
6/12/2019: June Meeting Documents
5/8/2019: May Meeting Documents
4/10/2019: April Meeting Documents
3/13/2019: March Meeting Documents
2/13/2019: February Meeting Documents
2/11/2019: February Special Meeting Documents
1/9/2019: January Meeting Documents
12/12/2018: December Meeting Documents
11/14/2018: November Meeting Documents
10/10/2018: October Meeting Documents
09/12/2018: September Meeting Documents
08/08/2018: August Meeting Documents
07/11/2018: July Meeting Documents
06/13/2018: June Meeting Documents
05/09/2018: May Meeting Documents
04/11/2018: April Meeting Documents
03/14/2018: March Meeting Documents
02/14/2018: February Meeting Documents
1/10/2018: January Meeting Documents
12/11/2017: December Meeting Documents
11/8/2017: November Meeting Documents
10/9/2017: October Meeting Documents
9/19/2017: September Meeting Documents
6/14/2017: June Meeting Documents
5/10/2017: May Meeting Documents
4/12/2017: April Meeting Documents
4/12/2017: Resolution 232 – Appointment of Claims Agent
4/12/2017: Tort Claims Form to accompany Resolution 232
3/08/2017: Resolution 230 – Revision to POC Bylaws
3/08/2017: Resolution 231 – Public Records Act Policy
2018 Comprehensive Scheme
Letter from the Executive Director, Chris Michalopoulos
Dear Community –
On behalf of the Port of Coupeville, it is with great pleasure that I present the 2018 Port of Coupeville Comprehensive Scheme. This new Scheme was born out of dedication from local community members. It is a product of hours, days, weeks and months of public feedback, creative meetings, and strategic thought. I want to thank the Citizen Advisory Council on their dedication to see this project to end.
Bruce Bottolfson Chris Burns Jason Joiner John Mishasek
Kristen Griffin Lynda Eccles Molly Hughes Pat Powell
Pat Robinson Ron Nelson Sami Postma Sarah Steen
Vickie Chambers Mark Goodman Kristina Gallant
I would also like to thank the public who participated in two open sessions to provide input and feedback. And lastly, to the Port Commissioners who worked tirelessly to help interpret public input, refine and ultimately contribute to the finished Scheme.
Commissioner John Mishasek Commissioner William Bell Commissioner Bob Monroig
This plan is not only a bold step in the economic growth of the communities we serve, but a dedication to preservation and revitalization of the historic assets we have been trusted to protect. Whidbey Island is a special place. We are blessed to be able to live and thrive here. We feel a deep sense of responsibility to maintain its character, sense of community, history and vitality for generations to come.
This is a period of rebirth for the Port of Coupeville. We have endured financial and operational challenges in the past, but we have a renewed sense of who we are. We are dedicating our resources to protect and revitalize our historic Wharf and Greenbank Farm. We are increasing our efficiencies on both the administrative and maintenance fronts, and conducting our business in the most transparent ways possible. We cherish working with our community members, local organizations, and other Ports – we know we cannot do this alone.
Though there will be challenges in executing this Comprehensive Scheme, with challenges come opportunities. Working together, we can better understand a broader economic context, strengthen our existing properties, and explore new opportunities for our communal well-being.
Thank you for your support and interest in our Comprehensive Scheme . I look forward to working with and for you.
Executive Director, Port of Coupeville