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December 23, 2010 12:00 AM

Port Manatee: Full steam ahead for 2011

Port Manatee has a full slate of projects ahead for 2011. Improvements to the south port area will be under way, port staff and consultants will work on identifying new business consistent with the Panama Canal expansion, and the Manatee County Port Authority will search for a successor to port Director David McDonald, who retires in January 2012.

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