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September-October 2001

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Sediments Conference to Proceed

AAPA Meeting to Proceed in Quebec City

WEDA Midwest Chapter Meeting Postponed

WTC Tenants to Receive Low-Cost Power

Neil Levin Missing in WTC Attack

Neil D. Levin, executive director of the Port of New York and New Jersey, has been listed as unaccounted for in the destruction of the World Trade Center towers in New York on September 11. Mr. Levin is one of 74 persons from the Port Authority who are missing and presumed or confirmed dead. Thirty-seven of these were police officers and 37 were civilians.

Neil D. Levin Missing in WTC Attack

Ports Increase Security; Remain Open

Study Confirms Port's Value to Economy

Nearly 229,000 jobs are generated by activity in the Port of New York and New Jersey, according to a study released September 7, 2001. The independent economic impact study of port operations, prepared by Rutgers Universitys Center for Urban Policy Research with assistance from Strauss-Wieder Inc., of Westfield, New Jersey, showed that jobs associated with port activity increased by more than 37 percent since 1995.

All Ports Open Except New York

Beverly Fedorko is Safe

Corps Restricts Military Assets

200 Port Authority Workers Missing

Dredging Colleagues Were in Trade Center

The World Trade Center in New York City held offices of a number of dredging industry colleagues. Both towers collapsed this morning when apparently hijacked commercial airplanes crashed into them minutes apart.

Panama Canal Still Operating

Dredging Colleagues Were in Trade Center

Jupiter/Carlin Beach Contract Announced

Sealed Bids will be received by the Board of County Commissioners, Palm Beach County, Florida, up to and opened at 2:00 P.M., Tuesday, October 9, 2001.

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