Tuesday, August 11, 2020
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Back to Back Lay-Offs Announced at Two Container Terminals

POLA announces major layoffs of skilled longshore workers.

Poking the Bear and What Comes Of It

By James Preston Allen, Publisher I was at the Little Italy fandango put on by Councilman Joe Buscaino when one of our newest civic leaders...

Calm Before the Storm?

New China shipping EIR has huge problems, but draws little comment...for now By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor On Oct. 25, the Port of Los Angeles held...

Bombshell of Report on Harbor Benefits

By James Preston Allen, Publisher For as long as I can remember, the narrative pushed by the Port of Los Angeles and other boosters of...

Port Falls Short Again on China Shipping

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor If representatives of China Shipping are to be believed, their shipping company is the most eco-friendly imaginable, and its partnership...

China Shipping Move to Long Beach

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor China Shipping is moving its operations to the Port of Long Beach, leaving the Port of Los Angeles which was...

Dealings with Former Harbor Commissioner Scrutinized

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor The Port of Los Angeles is anxiously trying to turn over a new leaf in light of the mitigation measures...

Activists Urge Council to Restore Port Oversight

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Plaintiffs in the China Shipping lawsuit accused the Port of Los Angeles of breaking the law and called for new...

Crisis, Conflict, Resolution

Public-Interest Journalism Key to Saving a Diverse and Vibrant City By James Preston Allen, Publisher In every crucible where there are actors with competing interests, there...

Echoes of China Shipping

SCIG Railyard Trial Resurrects Old Concerns By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor   Despite more than a decade of welcome environmental progress by local ports, haunting echoes of...

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Albert Robles Center Receives Highest LEED Certification

The facility, opened in August 2019, produces 14 million gallons a day of advanced treated water.

Community Roundtable

First of three workshops on the San Pedro rocky shore and its ecosystem, on ZOOM.

What the Beirut blast might have looked like if it hit Los Angeles

PortandTerminal.com, August 7, 2020 LOS ANGELES – The massive explosion in Beirut last Tuesday destroyed Lebanon’s largest port killing 154...

Ode to a Bookman

James Bullard Kennedy, July 13, 2020 By Bondo Wyszpolski, Contributor For two decades, Easy Reader and...