APRIL 4, 2014

BUDGET/FINANCES

 Is Food Processing part of Port “Comprehensive Scheme”?NW Packing CEO Matt JonesThe leaders of a Clark County food processing company will bring their efforts to negotiate a lower lease rate out into the open on April 8, when they bring their case to the Port of Vancouver Board of Commissioners.

 

 

ENVIRONMENT/NATURAL RESOURCES 

Nustar wants to handle crude oil locallyCompany with two Vancouver sites is seeking permit.  Because of its much smaller scale, the NuStar proposal won’t undergo the rigorous review of the state’s Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council, which is currently evaluating the Tesoro-Savage application.

 

 

MISC 

Port of Olympia Cranes Coming Down, Peregrine Falcons get New Home The Star and Paceco Gantry cranes which have towered above Budd Inlet since the 1990’s are coming down.

 

 

TRADE 

FMC Votes to Allow G6 ExpansionThe U.S. Federal Maritime Commission yesterday unanimously voted to allow the G6 Alliance to expand into the Asia-U.S. West Coat and trans-Atlantic routes.

 

 

UNIONS 

Ongoing Dispute Weighs on PortlandThe International Longshore and Warehouse Union this past week won several battles in its war against the Port of Portland and terminal operator ICTSI, and it lost a battle.

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