OCEAN HIGHWAY & PORT AUTHORITY

NASSAU COUNTY

THE MAY 13, 2020 MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE HELD VIA VIDEO CONFERENCE AT 6 PM

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Public comments to the OHPA Board of Commissioners should be emailed before 3 PM on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 to ophanc@gmail.com.  Please include your name and address.

 

OCEAN HIGHWAY & PORT AUTHORITY

NASSAU COUNTY

AGENDA

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

6:00 PM

 Zoom Meeting ID 834-563-6223

Password 026056

Click Link:  OHPA May 13 2020 Monthly Meeting

Dial in telephone 415-762-9988

Pursuant to Executive Order No. 20-69, issued by the Office of Governor Ron DeSantis on March 20, 2020, municipalities may conduct meetings of their governing boards without having a quorum of its members present physically or at any specific location, and utilizing communications media technology such as telephonic or video conferencing, as provided by Section 120.54(5)(b)2, Florida Statutes.

 

6:00 PM – Meeting Called to Order – Chairman

Invocation – Commissioner Cole

 

Pledge of Allegiance – Commissioner Cole

 

Roll Call:  Robert Sturgess, District 1; Danny Fullwood, District 2, Scott Hanna, District 3; Carrol Franklin, District 4; Mike Cole, District 5

 

Comments - Audience (Comments emailed to ohpanc@gmail.com prior to the meeting)

              

1.            Approval of Minutes

•             April 8, 2020 Monthly Meeting Minutes

2.            Consent Items

•             Mauldin & Jenkins Progress Billing - $12,900

3.            Report by Pierre LaPorte, Port Accountant

•             Financial Report – April 2020

•             2nd Quarter Financials

4.            Report by Jeb Branham, Port Attorney

5.            Port Director Report

6.            Port of Fernandina Report

•             Tonnage Report – April 2020

7.            Unfinished Business

•             Monies Due from Worldwide Terminals and Corrective Action

•             Monies Due to TranSystems

8.            New Business

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Committee Reports

•             Port Security – Commissioner Fullwood

•             Customs House – Commissioner Franklin

•             Army Corp of Engineers – Commissioner Sturgess

•             Economic Development – Commissioner Cole

•             Emergency Management – Commissioner Franklin

•             Technical Coordinating Committee – Commissioner Hanna

•             TPO – Commissioner Cole

•             Nassau Chamber East Side – Commissioner Sturgess

•             Nassau Chamber West Side – Commissioner Cole

9.            Administrative Office Manager Report

10.         Other items to be brought by Commissioners

11.         Adjourn

 

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the board, agency, or commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the proceedings, and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Fla. Stat. § 286.0105.

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U.S. Department of Transportation Announces New

M-95 Fernandina Beach to Charleston Barge Service Designation

M-95 Fernandina Beach to Charleston Barge Service will help the Port of Fernandina in Nassau County, the northernmost county on the Atlantic coast in Florida, service all coastal seaports on the Atlantic, including Charleston, SC, and contribute to the reduction of truck traffic on I-95.

"The designation of marine highways by Congress will help move cargo and people to help grow the economy and shift freight off of congested highways,” said Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao.

“Marine highways are an efficient and cost-effective option for moving freight and passengers in America,” said Maritime Administrator Mark H. Buzby.

The America’s Marine Highway Program (AMHP) authorizes the designation of Marine Highway Routes and Marine Highway Projects. A Marine Highway Project is a planned service, or expansion of an existing service, on a designated Marine Highway Route. Designation makes projects and highway routes eligible to apply for federal funding. Congress appropriated $7 million for AMHP in Fiscal Year 2019.

Read more about the Port of Fernandina's marine highway designation here:

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Contact the Port

For information about port operations, tidal information, access or questions regarding the port itself, please contact the Port of Fernandina at:

Office: (904) 491-7422
Fax: (904) 432-0229

ohpanc@gmail.com

Port Director

Christopher T. Ragucci

(904) 990-1400 (o)

(917) 836-2880 (c)

Christopher Ragucci chris.ragucci@worldwideterminals.com

Port Operations

Office: (904) 990-1400

General Contact

Office: (904) 491-7422
Fax: (904) 432-0229

ohpanc@gmail.com

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OHPA of Nassau County
86130 License Road, Suite 9
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034

Mission Statement

The “Ocean Highway and Port Authority was created in 1941 and authorized to carry out public purposes to benefit to the citizens of the County of Nassau and the State of Florida.”

(Ch. 21418,S12.Sp. Acts 1941)

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