New toll booth to cost $307,425

A new toll booth building at the Anacortes ferry terminal in Sidney will cost $307,425, plus GST

Construction plans for a new toll booth a the Anacortes ferry terminal have been approved.

A new toll booth building at the Anacortes ferry terminal in Sidney will cost $307,425, plus GST.

The Town of Sidney awarded the contract to build the structure to Patterson & Kaercher Construction Ltd. Tuesday night. Construction is set to begin in November on the foundation of the new building.

It will be located approximately 40 feet east of the existing toll booth, which will continue to operate until the ferry ceases operations for the winter.

Staff report the work is expected to be complete by March 27, when the 2015 ferry schedule opens.

 

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