Posted on February 22, 2016
By Tim Croft, The Star
The paperwork is complete and in another four months or so the Port of Port St. Joe will have reached another key milestone.
With licensing agreements from the St. Joe Company in hand, engineers Hatch Mott MacDonald has moved ahead with the first phase of work to design the infrastructure needed to handle spoil from the dredging of the federally-authorized shipping channel.
With state and federal permits in hand for the dredging as well as for spoil disposal, the next major step toward port development is the design and construction of spoil areas to accommodate some 5 million cubic feet of material.
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