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$11 million federal grant will rehab aging docks at Port of Cleveland, which employs 4,000

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$11 million federal grant will rehab aging docks at Port of Cleveland, which employs 4,000

$11 million federal grant will rehab aging docks at Port of Cleveland, which employs 4,000

The U.S. Department Of Transportation’s Maritime Administration has given the Port of Cleveland a grant of $11 million, a portion of which will go toward rehabbing and improving two of the Port’s most important docks.

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$11 million federal grant will rehab aging docks at Port of Cleveland, which employs 4,000

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