WASHINGTON: Port Scales Back

Williams, Rochelle
November 2001
Bond Buyer;11/9/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31262, p35
Trade Publication
Reports that the port of Seattle in Seattle, Washington will hold a public hearing on Tuesday November 13, 2001 regarding proposed budget that trims the budget for 2002 to $449 million. Impact of the trimming in budget on several projects in the region; Amount of money which would be saved for the port due to delay in 37 projects.


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