By Justin Jaech
The Times 

Port considers property proposals from family businesses

Columbia Rail asks to buy railroad and access, with plans to expand service.


December 29, 2022

Michele Smith

L-to r: Clayton McKinley, Sierra Smith, Steve Shoun, Michelle Shoun, Chase Reed, and Cheyanne Shoun have helped Sierra Smith and her mother Michelle Shoun, transform the Dayton Cut and Wrap into the Table Rock Meat Company.

DAYTON – Port of Columbia Commissioners held its regular meeting on Wednesday, December 14, 2022, at the Port of Columbia conference room and on Zoom. Commissioners Genie Crowe, Seth Bryan, Johnny Watts, and Executive Director Jennie Dickinson were in attendance.

Port Director Dickinson gave an update on the ongoing scheduled State audit. She said the Port staff works remotely with the state auditors, who expect the work to be completed in January.

Dickenson estimates the cost may be $8,000. The audit cost is less than the budgeted amount of $10,000 due to work being done remotely.

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