Dredging permit process inches forward

Published: Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 09:39 AM.

She said the Port Authority board should sit down with county and city commissioners to “see if we can come up with a plan … If they want us to be here.”

Also looming are legal expenses incurred from the Capital City Bank foreclosure case and general liability insurance for the Port of Port St. Joe.

Resident Bill Koran said officials with the Genesse Wyoming Railroad, the former AN line, which is inextricably linked to the success of the port, would also have a stake in the future of the Port Authority.

“We need to move forward on the local level,” said Costin, who has for more than a month championed a local fundraising campaign. “I don’t think we have an alternative in the short term than going to our citizens. I think the last resort is here.”



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