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HTAC 12-01-10 Superior Harbor Projects

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This is a presentation given at the 12/1/10 meeting of the Harbor Technical Advisory Committee, by Jason Serck, Planning and Port director for the City of Superior, about the progress of Harbor …

This is a presentation given at the 12/1/10 meeting of the Harbor Technical Advisory Committee, by Jason Serck, Planning and Port director for the City of Superior, about the progress of Harbor Assistance Program projects in Superior.


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  • 1.  
  • 2. Wisconsin’s Harbor Assistance Program
    • In 1979, Wisconsin’s Legislature created the Harbor Assistance Program (HAP) to assist harbor communities along the Great Lakes and Mississippi River in maintaining and improving waterborne commerce
    • Port projects typically include dock reconstruction, mooring structure replacement, dredging, and the construction of facilities to hold dredged material
  • 3. Wisconsin’s Harbor Assistance Program
    • TO BE ELEGIBLE FOR FUNDING:
    • The project must benefit facilities that are used for cargo transfer, ship building, commercial fishing or regular ferry service;
    • The applicant must be a local unit of government or a private owner of a harbor facility;
    • The project must pass a rigorous benefit-cost analysis; and
    • The project must have been identified in a current Three- Year Harbor Development Plan.
  • 4. Gavilon Grain and Fraser Shipyards
  • 5. 800’ Dockwall Replacement $2,810,000 Total $2,040,000 (80%) State $770,000 (20%) Gavilon
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  • 10. 850’+ Installation of New Sheet Pile Wall $4.6+ Million Total $3.7+ Million (80%) State $930,000+ (20%) Fraser
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  • 12. 450’+/- Installation of New Sheet Pile Wall $2.0 Million Total 100% Federal Neighborhood Initiative Grant
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  • 14. 580’+/- Installation of New Sheet Pile Wall Fill Existing Water Area Estimated Cost: $2.6 Million Not Funded
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  • 16. Fraser Shipyards: Potential Project Investment: $9.2 Million
  • 17. Questions or Comments? Thank You

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