Posted on August 10, 2015
By Amanda Frink, The Chronicle Online.com
After going approximately two decades without maintenance, the
According to the port’s property and operations manager, Craig Allison, the original concept was to dredge the entire site in one pass during the month of October and then schedule a recurring dredging cycle to deal with accumulated sediment. But Allison said when the port went to bid this spring, the lowest bid was “a bit of a shocker” — nearly $1.85 million to quickly dredge the whole facility in the span of one month.
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