Port Commissioner Connie Bacon has said the port followed the letter of the law when notifying the public of its 2014 vote for a project that would have produced methanol for export to China.
Port Commissioner Connie Bacon has said the port followed the letter of the law when notifying the public of its 2014 vote for a project that would have produced methanol for export to China. Staff file photo
Port Commissioner Connie Bacon has said the port followed the letter of the law when notifying the public of its 2014 vote for a project that would have produced methanol for export to China. Staff file photo

After methanol furor, port and city look to be more open to public

June 23, 2016 03:23 PM

UPDATED June 24, 2016 12:57 PM

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