Lyttelton and Port Otago renew dredging efforts for ship visits

Lyttelton and Port Otago renew dredging efforts for ship visits
The port wanted the ability over time to take the channel deepening through to the Lyttelton wharves up to 16 metres, from a current draught of 12.5m for ships. However, that work to be commissioned from an overseas dredging company, would not be done …
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Port news dominates delegation meeting
For months, engineers with Hatch Mott MacDonald, the contractor which did the work securing state and federal permits for dredging as well as spoil disposal, have been telling Port Authority members, and Raffield said Tuesday officials in Tallahassee …
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Port commissioners look to move on from public divisions
After a raucous meeting last week that saw Port Canaveral's chief executive officer resign under pressure, tense exchanges among port commissioners and an unusual number of 3-2 votes, Canaveral Port Authority Chairman Jerry Allender says he hopes …
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Volunteers work hard for Port Hope Legion

Volunteers work hard for Port Hope Legion
Like other branches, the Port Hope organization has a core of members who get things done and keep our Legion going. Numerous dedicated Legion members collect money, roll coins, make refreshments, made bank deposits, delivered coin boxes and set …
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Port Authority eyes options for Howland Hook truck access
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The Port Authority is exploring ideas to build a new exit on the Staten Island Expressway to smooth truck traffic heading to its Howland Hook Marine Terminal. The authority's facility in Mariners Harbor is located just north of …
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