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January 14, 2012 05:22 pm

 Port of Brookings Harbor Manager Ted Fitzgerald has unveiled the port’s two new websites.

The revamped website www.port-brookings-harbor.com now includes “a comprehensive display of the entire port and all of its operations,” he said in a news release.

 

 That includes streaming video web cams such as one that shows the current status of the channel and bar as well as warnings from the U.S. Coast Guard Chetco River Station. Current weather forecasts, ocean conditions, river lows and tidal information are delivered in real time, Fitzgerald said.

The second site, www.beachfrontrvpark.com, shows scenes of the RV park and includes an online reservation form. Reservations also can be made by calling the port office at 541-469-2218.

 

 

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