Galveston, Houston Port Merger Vote Set

October 2001
Bond Buyer;10/22/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31248, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that Galveston City Council, Texas has approved a December 18, 2001 election date to let voters decide a merger of the city-owned Port of Galveston with the Port of Houston, Texas. Agreement between the city council and Port of Houston Authority; Additions to the agreement suggested by council members; Agreement regarding annual profits of Port of Houston.


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