Candidates for both port commissions should be asked about the alliance and the specifics of promised operating cost savings and capacity reductions. Then there’s the perennial favorite of how much money both ports are lifting from the wallets of property owners in the name of economic stimulus.
Candidates for both port commissions should be asked about the alliance and the specifics of promised operating cost savings and capacity reductions. Then there’s the perennial favorite of how much money both ports are lifting from the wallets of property owners in the name of economic stimulus. David Montesino Staff file, 2017
Candidates for both port commissions should be asked about the alliance and the specifics of promised operating cost savings and capacity reductions. Then there’s the perennial favorite of how much money both ports are lifting from the wallets of property owners in the name of economic stimulus. David Montesino Staff file, 2017

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