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Port Milwaukee: Largest port investment in 60 years is beginning to materialize

What’s That Big, New Tower at The Port? July 8, 2022 | Urban Milwaukee (full link below)   The largest investment in Milwaukee’s port since the Saint Lawrence Seaway opened in 1959 is taking shape. The new $35 million facility, which will be operated by the Clinton-based DeLong Company, will be primarily used for exporting a…
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NWS Greater Mississippi River Basin: Spring Hydrologic Outlook Webinar for External Partners

  The slides for the NWS Greater Mississippi River Basin: Spring Hydrologic Outlook Webinar #1 for External Partners, held at 2:30 PM CT on February 10, can be viewed here. NWS Greater Mississippi River Basin: Spring Hydrologic Outlook Webinar #1 for External Partners on February 10, 2022 was recorded. That recording can be viewed at…
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Port Milwaukee: South Shore Cruise Dock Request for Interest (RFI)

  SUMMARY: Port Milwaukee (“Port”), a City of Milwaukee (“City”) department, is seeking high-quality proposals for development of and a long-term tenant at a 5-acre site (“Site”) located at its South Shore Cruise Dock with an address of 2320 S. Lincoln Memorial Drive; Milwaukee, and located immediately east of the Lake Express High Speed Ferry terminal.…
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Notice: Maritime Assistance Program (MAP); Ohio Public Port Authority Funding Program:

The Ohio General Assembly allocated $11 million FY22 and $12 million FY23 for a total $23 Million for the Maritime Assistance Program (MAP). Eligibility requirements are the same as previous rounds of MAP (found here). With this notice, ODOT is notifying Public Port Authorities who meet the requirements of ORC 5501.91 and own an active…
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WI: Gov. Evers Announces More Than $6 Million In Harbor Assistance

January 4, 2020: Trade and Industry Dev. (full link below) Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers announced grants for nine harbor maintenance and improvement projects in Wisconsin. The improvements will boost statewide economic development by promoting waterborne freight, harbor infrastructure, and passenger cruise facilities. “Wisconsin is fortunate to have a robust system of ports and harbors with…
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