Closure to move ahead

Published: Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 11:27 AM.

Finally, there is a need to get the Port of Port St. Joe moving forward in development and that can only happen with all on the same page, a page that must include paid staff, not staff with deep institutional knowledge forced to work as volunteers due to forces apparently beyond the Port Authority’s control.

Those three legs can provide a foundational stool for economic development and jobs and growth in a county that desperately needs the entire plate.

But until there is a closure on one of the nastier local campaign seasons many of us have witnessed, and here the State Attorney can prove invaluable, it will be difficult to move past the campaign to the far more important tasks at hand.



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