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Apr 21, 2009
Comments of U.S. Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca Dye at NCBFAA Annual Conference
Thank you for inviting me to your Association's 35th Annual Conference. I have enjoyed speaking to your Association a number of times over the past several years, and I was very pleased when Ed asked me to be here today. My remarks today reflect my own individual views and are not offered as the official position of the Federal Maritime Commission.
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Apr 02, 2009
Comments of U.S. Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca Dye at Global Liner Shipping Conference
The Global Liner Shipping Conference provides a valuable opportunity to discuss the future of ocean transportation. I am pleased that Containerization International as well as the other sponsors and supporting organizations made this forum possible. My remarks today reflect my own individual views and are not offered as the official position of the United States or the Federal Maritime Commission.
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Feb 13, 2009
Commissioner Brennan Opposes Special Reporting Requirements on Los Angeles and Long Beach
At its meeting of February 11th 2009, the Federal Maritime Commission decided not to seek to enjoin, at this time, the PortCheck Agreement (Agreement No. 201199) entered into by the City of Los Angeles, the City of Long Beach, PortCheck LLC, and the individual marine terminal operators at the two ports.​
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Jan 16, 2009
Commissioner Brennan Dissents from Majority Vote to Deny Expedited Review of Los Angeles/Long Beach Port Fee Services Agreement
In the January 14, 2009 meeting of the Federal Maritime Commission, Commissioner Joseph E. Brennan voted in opposition to a motion denying the Agreement parties' request for expedited review for the Port Fee Services Agreement, FMC Agreement No. 201199.
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Dec 18, 2008
FMC For Fifth Time Votes to Effectively Delay or Block Clean Air Program of Citizens of Los Angeles and Long Beach
By formally requesting more information from the parties, the Commission majority has prevented the LA/Long Beach Port Fee Services Agreement (FMC Agreement No. 201199) from taking effect until 45 days after the Commission receives answers from the parties. That delay prevents the collection of fees to pay for new, cleaner trucks. Commissioner Brennan voted against requesting further information.
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