Pilotage Charges on Houston Ship Channel: Public Comments Invited

MaritimeProfessional.com
Thursday, June 27, 2013

The Board of Pilot Commissioners for Harris County Ports is requesting public comments on proposed revisions to Section 9 Pilotage Charges of the Rules and Regulations Governing Pilots and Pilotage on the Houston Ship Channel between the Galveston Bar and Turning Basin.

The revisions set forth more detailed procedural rules regarding Pilot Board action on pilotage charges to better achieve transparency, fairness and independence during the process. The public has the opportunity to provide comments through July 5, 2013.

The final rules will be posted at the Port of Houston Authority Executive Office Building for public inspection July 12, 2013, and the
Pilot Board is expected to consider action on the proposed revisions at its July 23, 2013, meeting.

Interested parties may access the proposed revision at: www.houstonpilotboard.com

The public may submit comments via email to publiccomments@houstonpilotboard.com, by fax to Public Comments at
713.670.2611, by mail addressed to:

Houston Pilot Board Secretary c/o
Mike Usher, P.O. Box 2562, Houston, Tx 77252-2562, or in person
addressed to Houston Pilot Board Secretary c/o Mike Usher, 111 East
Loop North, Houston, Tx.
 

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