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    American Association of Port Authorities
    American Association of Port Authorities

    (7/6/2011) Founded in 1912, the American Association of Port Authorities is a trade association which represents more than 160 public port authorities in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America. AAPA promotes the common interests of the port community, and provides leadership on trade, transportation, environmental and other issues related to port development and operations.
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    Army Corps of Engineers - New England District

    (6/23/2011) Many citizens of New England have benefited from the work of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Whether they live downstream from a flood damage reduction project in a river basin, or inland from a barrierprotected harbor mouth; whether they visit a park or recreation site operated by the Corps; or simply cross a bridge to Cape Cod, their lives are touched and improved by the work of the men and women of the Corps.Many citizens interact more directly with the agency. For example, communities ...
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    Connecticut Department of Transportation

    (6/23/2011) The Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT) is responsible for the development and operation of highways, railroads, mass transit systems, ports, waterways and aviation facilities in the state of Connecticut.
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    Connecticut Maritime Coalition

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    Connecticut Maritime Coalition

    (6/23/2011) Launched in 2000, the Connecticut Maritime Coalition is a non-profit trade association facilitating the competitiveness of Connecticut's maritime industries. Our cluster network is mostly composed of small and medium-sized business. Together, our group has reached a consensus on the issues facing the maritime industries in Connecticut and an approach to solve these issues. But it takes many projects, partners and resources to stimulate change. Our goal is to serve as the linchpin between maritime ...
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    Connecticut Maritime Commission

    (6/23/2011) The Connecticut Maritime Commission is the primary body within the State of Connecticut to develop and recommend maritime policy to the Governor and the General Assembly. It is responsible for developing and updating a long-term strategic plan for all ports and waterways in the State of Connecticut with a focus on the three deep water ports. Within its purview, the Connecticut Maritime Commission will review, recommend and develop policies as they relate to the maritime sector and Public Act No.04-143. ...
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    New Haven harbor cooperative

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    north atlantic ports association

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    North Atlantic Ports Association

    (6/23/2011) Incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1950, the North Atlantic Ports Association is a membership organization for the seaports between Norfolk, Virginia and Halifax, Nova Scotia and for governmental agencies and private sector businesses connected to ocean commerce in the North Atlantic range.Themes of the association include intermodal transportation, the movement of intermodal containers, trade routes, steamship lines, port safety and security, port planning, dredging and harbor ...
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    United States Coast Guard
    United States Coast Guard

    (6/23/2011) The United States Coast Guard is a multi-missioned maritime service and one of our Nation's five Armed Services. Its purpose is to protect the Public, the environment, and U.S. economic interests - in the Nation's ports and waterways, on international waters, or in any maritime region as required in supporting national security. The Coast Guard's core roles are Maritime Security, Maritime Safety, Maritime Mobility, Protection of Natural Resources and National Defense.
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