The Port of Everett’s board of commissioners recently voted to acquire by condemnation the 67-acre former Kimberly-Clark mill site. That process is among an increasingly busy agenda for the port following elections this year. (Andy Bronson / Herald file photo)

The Port of Everett’s board of commissioners recently voted to acquire by condemnation the 67-acre former Kimberly-Clark mill site. That process is among an increasingly busy agenda for the port following elections this year. (Andy Bronson / Herald file photo)

Editorial: Fingarson should continue on Everett port board

Bruce Fingarson and David Simpson agree on most issues, but Fingarson has experience the port needs.

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