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Perhaps the greatest benefit will be a locally managed, funded and supported ferry system that will reduce our reliance on the state ferries that struggle to maintain existing service levels with uncertain revenues.Naysayers point to the cost and risk of operating passenger-only ferries, and question Kitsap County's ability to run a ferry system that is otherwise relatively commonplace in waterfront communities throughout the world.He said that the 9 months of actual incarceration will give Scott a "flavor" of the additional 93 he'll face if he doesn't uphold conditions of the alternative."I don't think I've made a mistake," Costello said of the sentence, "But rest assured if I have I'll correct it as soon as I can."For more on this story or to comment, go to the Kitsap Sun's Crime and Justice Forum.He called Costello's ruling in the case "courageous." "I don't believe I've ever had a client that has more to lose," Fong said, adding that sending him to prison would "institutionalize" him and was "tantamount to throwing a bunny into a wolves den." On Feb.
He received a reply that told him "I've had thoughts about my kids." "Mr.Scott's attorney, Eric Fong, recommended he receive treatment and a lighter jail sentence.Department of Corrections officials believed, like Fong, that Scott receive treatment alternatives and about 9 months' jail time in lieu of the 90-month sentence, in the presentencing investigation prepared for Costello.Arthur "Wes" Larson owns Sound West Group, a developer of numerous projects in Bremerton and Kitsap County, and serves on the board of the Great Peninsula Conservancy and Kitsap Economic Development Alliance.While the "mosquitoes" were privately run, the reality today is that all transportation systems are subsidized.