Pacific Maritime Magazine Online for January 16, 2018


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No Coal for You

By Chris Philips, 
Managing Editor


On page 19 of this issue we note the rejection of two shoreline permits by a Washington State hearing examiner for the construction of a $680 million coal terminal.

Cowlitz County hearing examiner, Mark Scheibmeir, said he rejected the permits because Millennium could not show that it would adequately compensate for significant adverse impacts identified in the state’s environmental impact statement.

Among the usual suspects of vehicle traffic, vessel…

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

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Story1Another Cargo Record at Los Angeles

By Karen Robes Meeks

The Port of Los Angeles posted record-shattering cargo numbers, moving more than 9.3 million TEUs in 2017, the most annual cargo handled by a port in the Western Hemisphere…(Read full article)

Story2Long Beach on Dock Rail Vote Expected

By Karen Robes Meeks

The Long Beach Harbor Commission is expected to vote on the final document detailing the environmental impact of the Port of Long Beach’s Pier B On-Dock Rail Support Facility on January 22…(Read full article)

Story3New CFO for Harley Marine

By Karen Robes Meeks

Sterling Adlakha is Harley Marine Services’ new chief financial officer. The company chairman and CEO Harley Franco welcomed Adlakha to the executive team in an announcement made in October… (Read full article)

Story4Volunteers Needed for Olympia Harbor

By Karen Robes Meeks

The Port of Olympia is in need of applicants for its Volunteer Harbor Patrol Program, which helps to provide safety and security to visitors of the Marine Terminal, Swantown Marina & Boatworks and the waterfront… (Read full article)

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