6:30 pm April 2, 2012, by AJC Opinion
Moderated by Tom Sabulis
The current AJC series on the deepening of Savannah’s port channel raises questions about where the money will come from to pay for the $650 million project. (Georgia taxpayers are on the hook for $252 million.) But without major federal assistance, it won’t get done.
One analyst says a public-private partnership to build and run the port is the way to go, and should be considered.
The executive director of the Georgia Ports Authority says a state-owned and operated facility allows for needed flexibility.
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