Union Head, Mayor Still Hopeful for Graving Dock

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

According to a report from the Southern Gazette, CAW/MWF Local 20 president Wayne Butler said he remains hopeful there will one day be a graving dock in Marystown, following last week’s announcement Kiewit Offshore Services was withdrawing from the bidding process for the upcoming federal shipbuilding program

 
(Source: The Southern Gazette)
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