The Port of Pasco plans an open house Thursday to discuss redevelopment of the Pasco Marine Terminal.
The public is invited to learn about cleanup progress and potential uses and designs for the 55 acres east of the cable bridge. The meeting is from 5 to 7 p.m. at the port's administrative office, 1110 Osprey Pointe Blvd., Suite 201, Pasco.
The 13-year, $10.2 million cleanup of petroleum on about a quarter of the property is nearing an end. Crowley Maritime, the parent company of the main petroleum company that once used the terminal, is leading the cleanup, with the port reviewing and approving the work.
Possible uses for the property include light industrial uses with a retail element, such as a food processor with a shop offering its products, or a restaurant.