Walkway Construction

pl1pl2Construction is ongoing to complete the ‘Freeland Trail’ section of the Whidbey Island public walkway in front of the Coldwell Banker Tara Properties’ Freeland office. This is part of the ‘Bridge to Boat Trail’, eventually extending from Deception Pass Bridge down to the Clinton Ferry. The workers are doing an excellent job and trying to keep maximum access to the parking lot. Not an easy task for all that they’re doing. We understand that paving will be early next week. It should be a wonderful section of the walkway.

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Coming Home to Whidbey

Coming home to Whidbey

The most memorable moments of our lives happen at home. Whether it’s something cute the baby does or a funny moment with the family dog, these are the things that bring joy to our lives. Nobody understands the power that home has to create awesome moments of joy better than Coldwell Banker. And your Coldwell Banker Tara Properties agent can help you find your perfect Whidbey Island home. Imagine yourself on the bow of the ferry…. coming home….

Coldwell Banker Broker Supporting WAIF

Coldwell Banker brokers help and volunteer in so many ways! You’ll spot them every where.

Deborah Jones, long-time volunteer for Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation (WAIF), takes to the seas to help spread the word about the plans for the new animal shelter and the continued need for funds.

“It’s Happening” with ground breaking scheduled for this September.

New Ferry for Whidbey Island

You will soon see a new ferry at the Mukilteo and Clinton docks. The new Tokitae will replace the Cathlamet which is moving down to the Vashon run. Mukilteo is getting the new boat because more cars travel on that route than any other in the system – more than 2 million last year, outgoing ferry chief David Moseley said. The Tokitae holds 144 cars, 20 more than the Cathlamet, so ferry waits should be shorter.

Nichols Brothers, a Whidbey Island boat builder, had a hand in the construction of the new boat.

To read all about the ferry, seen the article in the Everett Herald here.