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Officials officially break ground on New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal

There are 2 comments on the SouthCoastToday.com story from May 6, 2013, titled Officials officially break ground on New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal. In it, SouthCoastToday.com reports that:

Officials celebrated the formal ground-breaking of a new, $100 million, heavy-load port terminal in the city Monday, saying the project, which is tailor-made to support the offshore wind industry, represents "promises made and promises kept" to residents.

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Jack Kelly

Jamestown, RI

#1 May 7, 2013
On October 20,2010 the same promise wa made to New Bedford .

In the past three years large cranes have been built at Quonset Point, Rhode Island. The cranes were built with the help of a federal Tiger grant of 22.3 million dollars. The Quonset Point project will start the Deep Water wind project as well as the Cape Wind project

The New Bedford Port has 35 feet of ledge, PCBs,underground fuel tanks and a factory crushed into the land fill with asbestos.

The projected cost three years ago was 35 million today 100 million tommorrow another Big Dig
joe shmoe

Roslindale, MA

#2 May 8, 2013
Stop your whining jack .....listen here New Bedford, build everything..whatever comes our way...just build it!

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