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The Port of Woodland celebrated Rose Way Industrial Park’s first milestone with the completion of its first two buildings, last week.

When filled, the buildings are expected to generate 50 to 100 jobs, and port officials believe the completed site will provide an estimated 450 jobs once all six buildings are finished.

The port celebrated last week with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that was also attended by 20th District state Reps. Peter Abbarno and Ed Orcutt. Rose Way Industrial Park is a long-term effort by the Port to bring industrial or warehouse employment to Woodland. Port of Woodland Executive Director Jennifer Wray-Keene said that, although the project broke ground in June 2021, the industrial park’s idea has been in the making for 10 years.

Read more in the Reflector. Port of Woodland opens Rose Way Industrial Park’s first two buildings | The Reflector

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