Posted on August 28, 2015
By Frances Hanold, jacksonville.com
Even as the Jacksonville Port Authority and city leaders continue to plod along in their quest to find money to deepen the St. Johns River, recent successes bode well for the local port’s future.
A parade of 18-wheelers, all quite naked without their containers, idle bumper to bumper in the shadow of diesel cranes on a steamy Thursday afternoon. This is their first step in a voyage that soon will take them to distribution centers throughout the Southeast.
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