The City Council is expected, next week, expanding and codifying the existing scooter pilot program which would more than triple the number of scooters allowed in the city while placing more regulations on their vendors.
Some of the area’s residents have attributed rising crimes to a growing homeless population in the area. The meeting focused on ways residents could better report crimes to authorities.
byJason RuizinTrade & Transportation
Coming off another historic year where the cargo increased by seven percent, breaking the record that was set in 2017, port executives are looking to a future that may be greener and leaner, depending on what happens with a...
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