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Supporting services and infrastructure need to be upgraded, including state transportation planning for intermodal freight handling, highway access to port facilities, maintenance, security and fire protection. Independent organization of muni- the Providence Patucket waterfront. The role of the port industry in Providence Harbor must be decided in the context of other much larger east coast and Canadian ports for the period The relationship of this group to Pawtuccket is illustrated in Option B-1 as largely informal, since it requires the voluntary participation of the various groups listed in the enlargement of the Providence Harbor project shown at the bottom of the figure.
Balanced and Compatible Shorcline Use East Providence The shorelie of Providence Harbor continues to change as old Veterans industrial and commercial facilities become obsolete and ate Memorail replaced Seekng new uses or fall into disrepair. The state should support an Army Corps of lack of a mechanism for overcoming Engineers' project still underway, which obstacles Rhpde redevelopment and the would enable a clean up of loose debris absence of a linkage among the various and wrecked vessels but also begin site development and access plans immediately to reduce the huge inven- which have been proposed in recent tory of debris through its own program years are major impediments to a successful harbor wide redevelopment on the condition of shorefront effort.
Decision-making delays and cumbersome restrictions are frequent complaints about the activity of doing business with the Municipal Wharf. Anexpression on both sides of the Harbor, including of commerrcial recreation opportu nities, such as marinas and res- Providence and Worcester Railroad marine terminal, continue to taurants, is limited in part by the present dim prospects for harbor Continued on back redevelopment.
Port Department The home rule charter for Providence, scheduled for implementation inalready contains a provision for establishing a port department in the city administration. Editor: Donald Robadue, Jr.
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In addi- In Providence Harbor, non-petroleum tion both the state and municipalities -lack sufficient funds. This does not mean simply better public relations, but undertaking careful assessments of markets and clients to define the size of the total market, the fit between port,facilities and market needs, forecasting shipping trends and technology, and fostering trade development.
Robadue, R. The Narragansett Bay relating to. The Army Corps of indeed suitable for a ir range of Engineers has estimated that removal of private and public uses than presently shorefront structures alone would cost exist.
Five levels of port management were considered by the Working Group: 1. Adequate financing of operations and physical improvements will still be required. Highlights of our efforts in these areas include: Our Board is composed of a ificant majority of independent directors; We have an Independent Presiding Director; Our entire Board is elected annually; We do not have a shareholder rights plan; We have adopted a Clawback Policy; We have a longstanding commitment to Corporate Sustainability; In we adopted a policy prohibiting the pledging or hedging of Company stock on a prospective basis; Long-term incentive compensation granted on and after April is subject to a double-trigger change in control provision; We have a written Code of Conduct and Corporate Governance Principles; and We have share ownership policies applicable to our Board members, our executive officers and deated other members of management and a new share retention policy.
The Coastal Resources Managemen t Council and the Department of Environmental Management have the responsibility and authority to seek the removal of shoreline debris caused by abandoned structures and vessels.
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She is hoping to deter- sources of biological oxygen demand mine in Pawucket detail the effect of BOD. Targeted Grants-in-Aid: In this arrangement, the RIPA would take a more active position in the Harbor by establishing a program of grants to industry operations, particularly the Municipal Wharf, to be administered through the Department of Economic Development specifically Pawtuvket at intro- ducing better management and decision making practices Option.
The purpose of this proposed plan is twofold. It would be easy to implement Level 1, while new appropriations from the General'Assembly would be required to undertake a program of grants-in-aid or a major:port marketing and management study.
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Recommendations Two questions must be addressed by any proposal for institutional change: who will become responsible, and what will their role be? Financing of facility improvements at the Municipal Wharf has not been difficult until recently. RI g RIPA was provided with a broad range of powers to carry out its mission and has several years. Several scientific studies promise to improve our The Seekonk and Providence Rivers understanding of water pollution Providence Harbor and the Upper problem.
Survey of the port industry, including economic impact, cargo trends, and financial condition of the Municipal Wharf.
The productivity Islane berths, the degree of user satisfaction, the best utilization of terminal buildings, and methods to enhance revenue generation are important pieces of information about the terminal operations which are presently not available. The other options were found to have drawbacks which would impede the success of a new management program.
Two questions must be addressed by any proposal for insti- tutional change: who will become responsible, and Seeming will their role be? Additionally, our Compensation Committee Chair and members of our senior management spoke with representatives from the proxy advisory service firm Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc. City of Providence Port Department slated to be created in.
The Municipal Wharf owned by the City of Providence is the principal facility which handles steel, lumber, automobiles, fot metal, containers and other important non-petroleum commodities. The Debris waterfront property. During Seeling first year, be out sampling the Providence River the Sea Grant-sponsored project will before, during and after rainstorms examine the relative importance of this summer.
The Rhode Island Department of Envi- They will be retrieving some of the ronmental Management's Division of mussels each month and analyzing for Water Resources will be continuing levels of heavy metals and some organic its once weekly monitoring of chemicals in the tissue. Working groups were formed to examine options for solving each probliem.
The Rhode Island Port Authority, in its enabling legislation, was 3 given the responsibility to: "foster and improve the handling of waterborne commerce from and to any port of this state and other states and foreign countries.
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Four options were considered by the Working Group as potential locations for authority and responsibility: A. INTRODUCT10N There are major problem facing the port industry in Providence Harbor which inhibit its ability to provide service to existing users of marine terminals, and make it inadequately prepared to take advantage of opportunities and cope with the uncertainties facing commercial shipping in the next two decades.
In the meanti me, a substantial clean-up of the shore would have taken place. The port ir could also take a leader- ship role in seeking improved supporting services, at least from ji perspec- tive of the Municipal Wharf. In addition, lower Bay to Conimicut Point their scope DEM conducts routine monitoring of for growth decreased by 75 percent.
The ces Management Council which was created in by the organizational structure and authorities of the General Assembly to maintain and regulate Rhode Island's Municipal Wharf have been virtually unchanged since coastal resources.
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The likelihood of success of individual projects would be greatly enhanced if progress toward the overall improvement of Pri ovidence Harbor be assured. In addition to duplicating RIPA-powers, which may aPwtucket be possible in any case, the cities do not have access to sufficient financial resources or expertise and may find it difficult to act with the broader Harbor and Bay-wide perspective which is clearly ne eded.
As the nature of the proposed reorganization approaches that of a unitary, comprehensive port authority for Narragansett Bay, the dtfficulties and expense of implementation increase. Each grant would be planned to solve a Pawtuc,et in an Islnd where success orfailure could be easily measured. Half of this total is owned by 33 firms,individuals or public agencies in Providence Harbor,in the form of abandoned and deteriorating wharves, piers and docks.
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This is riot lite to a shortage of publicly- Islanv Cranston owned land, but to the insufficient of public rights-of-way to the water, and the absence of atractive well-deed and main- taind boating facilities, parks and fishing piers. The groups considered both near term actions which could be taken by the CRMC and other agencies as well as long term goals and policies for inclusion in the Special Area Management Plan.
Donald Phelps. Shore- line debris poses a constant hazard to Improving the quality of shoreline de-detracts from the visual velopment in Og Harbor, after quality of the shore and water, and many decades of deterioration and Seekihg commercial and recreational decline, is a major challenge which use of the waterfront. Copies of these reports are supplied at no charge. However, as economic conditions change, facili- end, the CRMC is proposingfour goalsfor Providence ties become obsolete, begin to deteriorate, and are no Harbor: longer easily re-used.
Full harbor facility management cargo is shipped or received at the by central agency Municipal Wharf operated by the city of The Working Group favored the involve- of incentives and enforcement of ment of the Rhode Island Port Authority, existing regulations. nj
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