JAXPORT dredging talks raise concerns

City council members have raised questions regarding the project, which some members say has side-lined them Photo: Daniel Piraino/flickr/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Two members of Jacksonville City Council in Florida have expressed their wish for talks about deepening the state’s longest river to move into public sessions to assess the project, a venture that may require $150m from the city.

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