Unlike former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin who could “…actually see Russia from land in Alaska,” you won’t be able to see the Port of Long Beach from the newly proposed Port of Long Beach Administration building. At least it will still be in the State of California.
A Port Too Far?
John McLaurin doesn't mention that the temporary relocation of the Port of LB Headquarters, he calls an inland port, will now be across the street from his PMSA Headquarters location. PMSA staff and the City of LB Harbor Department will be able to see each other going to work each day. Kind of ironic. The real commentary here is that PMSA keeps losing the respect of people with this kind of gotcha management baloney. Too bad they have chosen this strategy. In difficult times we all crave a strong voice that inspires us to meet and beat our competition. We don't expect a bunch of name calling and finger pointing from the leadership you respect at the PMSA. It's just counter productive at a time when we are starting to make good progress with our competition. Wally Baker Jobs 1st Alliance
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