Port of Los Angeles dredging project costs soared to $298 million

Costs to deepen the Main Channel and other waterways at the Port of Los Angeles soared to $298 million Thursday night, when the harbor commission approved a plan that calls for dumping some of the dredged dirt at three new disposal sites…

Source: Daily Breeze, November 20, 2009

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