Hearing looms large for Port Authority

Published: Thursday, June 20, 2013 at 11:32 AM.

Pitts, who outside of administrative dollars in a grant to update the master plan works for $1 per month, said he had not formally responded publicly and had hoped White – who was absent – attended the meeting in order to be able to talk directly.

Pitts said he believed the letter incorrectly implied that he “led the board” instead of taking direction from the Port Authority board.

Jones asked, motioned and the board approved including Pitts’ complete response to White’s letter into the regular meeting minutes.

Costin said the board should handle such matters internally.

More than a year ago, shortly after the collaboration agreement with St. Joe was signed, Costin and Gibson emphasized the importance of port officials speaking with unified voice and message.

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