A time line of Cary Bozeman's history with Bremerton.
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Last updated: 03/17/11 at 09:33 PM
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Cary Bozemanwill retire as chief executive officer of the Port of Bremerton at the end of the year.
Bremerton Port Commissioners Review Budget That Puts Off Big ProjectsKitsap Sun... pier and Olympic View Industrial Park can't be put off any longer, the money hit is going to be hard, warned Chief Executive Officer Cary Bozeman. ...and more »
Port of Bremerton Budget Blueprint Relies on Hoped-For GrantsKitsap SunDespite Chief Executive Officer Cary Bozeman's goal of making the three main port operations — Bremerton National Airport, the port's two marinas and an ...and more »
Cary Bozeman may ask port commissioners to support $2.5 million in bonding for a parking garage near the Bremerton Marina.
Cary Bozeman may ask port commissioners to support $2.5 million in bonding for a parking garage near the Bremerton Marina. Read more: http://www.kitsapsun.com/news/topic/cary-bozeman/
The South Kitsap Industrial Area will be home to 1,000 new jobs in five years and 9,000 by 2025, the Port of Bremerton CEO says.
The former Bremerton mayor had applied to fill the seat left vacant in February by Louis Mitchell.
David Rubie and Jim Higgins are also applying for the job vacated by Louis Mitchell.
Commissioner Mahan gives upbeat State of the Port addressPort Orchard IndependentMahan's address was given instead of the usual “CEO's Report” delivered by Cary Bozeman at the beginning of each meeting. From now on, Mahan said Bozeman's ...
Bremerton Port Chief Resurrects Initiative to Market KitsapTMCnetPort of Bremerton CEO Cary Bozeman soon will put a little pressure on business and community leaders to support a port-led marketing campaign to attract new ...and more »
Cary Bozeman soon will ask business and community leaders to help sell Kitsap County.
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Bremerton Mayor Cary Bozeman, Congressman Norm Dicks, a host of dignitaries, and a good showing of the general public ore on hand for the opening of the beautiful new Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Memorial Plaza. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Armed Forces Day May 15, 2009. A visually stunning addition to the revitalization of downtown Bremerton. The park was made possible by a City/US Navy agreement. The Navy needed more security around the building in the background, and so this plaza was born, surrounded by massive sculpted rock, which act as barricades and function as art. The Plaza sits atop a portion of the new Bremerton Tunnel. Be sure to watch for videos of the grand opening of the tunnel soon!
Port of Bremerton commissioners announced at a Tuesday meeting that he will be the Port of Bremerton's new chief executive officer. Bremerton residents, businessmen and others were surprised by the announcement, which also left some wondering about the city's future.
At a mayor's conference in Bremerton, Cary Bozeman praises efforts on Bremerton's waterfront and contrasts it with Seattle's "insult to American ingenuity." The comment generated a slew of outrage in Seattle, prompting initial snide remarks about Bremerton and moving into stories and comments from various Seattle publications.
State boundary review board approved the proposed annexation of SKIA South, the 3,100-acre portion of the South Kitsap Industrial Area, into the city of Bremerton. In March, the city council approved it.
Bozeman was away from his home in Manette when it caught fire. Quick action by his neighbors saved it.
Bremerton marina, built with funds raised through a surprise tax increase on Port of Bremerton residents. It's is officially christened. "We've left a legacy that will be enjoyed by people for the next 200 to 300 years," Bozeman said.
The first round of waterfront condominiums opened for sale in October 2007.
Construction delays hitting against a slumping housing market made for sagging sales that forced the Kitsap Consolidated Housing Authority to put them up for auction.
After resistance from some city residents, the city supports tunnel development.
A Bremerton study of possible financial impacts of a racetrack if they annexed the South Kitsap Industrial Area had county officials frustrated.
Bremerton Plans are in the works to put in more than 600 new homes and a business park in the West Hills neighborhood adjacent to Pendergast Park.
Residents are concerned when crime statistics show the city's rate of violent crime — rape, murder, aggravated assault and robbery —
As his first term as mayor ends, opinions are broad-ranging about this rough and tumble mayor. The first two major buildings constructed in downtown Bremerton in the last 25 years climbed the city's skyline during his tenure. Outside investors are taking a closer look at Bremerton's future. And residents from across Puget Sound are considering living in Bremerton because of its reasonable home prices and quality of life.
A major portion of waterfront redevelopment finishes with the Kitsap Conference center. It is dedicated in August 2004.
Carey Bozeman weds a Gig Harbor woman, but the two annul the marriage after 2 1/2 months.
Ground breaks on the Norm Dicks Government Center in Downtown, considered to be another piece in the redevelopment of downtown Bremerton.
Bozeman tells a reporter that he is frustrated with what he sees as small returns for the approximately $600,000 in property taxes the port collects each year. He would like to hold the port more accountable for the contribution.
Cary Bozeman is elected twice to mayor, during which he oversees major redevelopment projects in Bremerton.
Bozeman runs on a campaign that includes scrapping the business and operation tax and, like his opponent Louis Mentor, harnessing the potential of the waterfront for business development. He beat Mentor 54 to 46 percent.
Cary Bozeman moves to Bremerton as the executive director of the Olympic College Foundation from 1996 to 2001. Among other projects, he oversees fundraising for Haselwood Library.
After working with the agency for 20 years, Cary Bozeman became head of the Boys & Girls Club of King County in 1985.
Serves on Bellevue City Council from 1976 through 1993. During that time, he was elected by the City Council to three terms as Mayor. He helped lead Bellevue's transformation from a Seattle bedroom community to an urban center. He championed the development of the 20-acre Bellevue Downtown Park, now a popular downtown destination.
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He was born in Port Arthur, Texas, in 1940 to Sam and Hazel Louise Sharp. Bozeman's father worked the nearby oil fields. His parents were drifters and alcoholics. At the age of 7, he and his two siblings, Robert and Susan, were taken east across the nearby Louisiana border by their father and left dazed and confused in a New Orleans Catholic orphanage.