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Pages of History: Dutton plans a new dock

From the pages of the Del Norte Triplicate of June 1949.

Dutton Lumber Com­pany’s unexpected move to change the location of its proposed dock at a City Council meeting revealed a plan for Del Norte harbor that will mean development for the next 15 years.

Herbert Buckley, executive vice president from Pough­keeppsie, N.Y., and T.W, Tweedie, vice-president of west coast operations from Portland, presented their application to the council for a lease of city property 120 feet in width and 2,500 feet long extending into the ocean from B Street, midway between the existing breakwater and Paul’s dock, explaining this move will enable deep water shipping not feasible in the inner harbor area.

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