Port of Alaska tariffs sting users
Petroleum and cement terminal tariffs enter 10-year run-up to recoup rebuilding costs; Muni Assembly attempts to assuage pain
A spike in tariffs for petroleum and cement at the Port of Alaska began on schedule Jan. 1, as established by an Anchorage ordinance unanimously passed Dec. 17 with an amendment designed to establish a yearly tariff review and involve port users in the port process.
The unprecedented rate of increas....
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Smoothing away rate shock
Stakeholder concerns remain
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