Port Authority Asks State For Another $30M in Bonds for State Pier Project

Construction of the northeast heavy-lift platform was "substantially completed" in March, and is expected to receive the first turbine components for Eversource and Ørsted's 132 MW South Fork Wind project in June, according to the Connecticut Port Authority. [Courtesy Connecticut Port Authority]


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NEW LONDON – Connecticut Port Authority officials said they would ask state lawmakers to approve another $30 million in borrowing, which they hope will be enough to complete the redevelopment of the ...

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