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NOTICE OF GATHERING: The Board of Commissioners are invited to attend the Planning Board Monthly Workshops held on the second Wednesday of the month from 3 - 4 PM at City Hall.
***OHPA will meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month unless otherwise noted (2022 calendar year).
OCEAN HIGHWAY & PORT AUTHORITY
Miriam Hill, District 1; Danny Fullwood, District 2, Scott Hanna, District 3; Carrol Franklin, District 4; Mike Cole, District 5
***FOR HURRICANE EMERGENCY INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS,
PLEASE VISIT THE
NASSAU COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WEBSITE
Current status: ZULU (no inbound/outbound ship traffic until further notice) as of September 28, 2022.
FSCJ - Betty P. Cook Nassau Center
*David Yulee Room* (Rm A-114)
76346 William Burgess Blvd
Yulee, FL 32097
AGENDA - TBD
September 28, 2022 Board Meeting 6:00 PM
***THIS MEETING IS CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE***
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For more information, please go to SeaPort/Tariff and Fee Schedule
at the bottom of the page.
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.
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