The town officially named its new ferry terminal building after Norman Seifert in a recent dedication ceremony on the public landing. Siefert, 92, is a former commodore of the Cottage Park Yacht Club and a longtime community volunteer who played an active role in creating the public landing. Located on the landing, the new ferry terminal building also provides office space for the harbormaster’s department. It was constructed as the second phase of a project to upgrade the public landing, part of an overall effort by the town to revitalize its waterfront. That effort included the construction of an adjacent commercial pier on Shirley Street in 2007, and the launch of the commuter ferry service in 2010. The ferry makes daily trips to and from Boston. In addition, the town is partnering with the Boston Harbor Island Alliance this year to begin weekend service during the summer to Spectacle Island.