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There is something to be said about experience

A couple of weeks ago Bradshaw resigned from the State Ports. Many applauded and even went so far as to say he got fired when in fact it was WIDELY reported last year he would serve only one year.
But what did we lose?
According to one very respected business man, former state representative and current state ports board member we lost a lot:

"Danny McComas, the chairman of the Ports Authority board, agreed with Rountree's assessment.

"We've got some issues," McComas said. "Mr. Bradshaw was the driving force in getting all of that going with the bonding authority and borrowing the money for these new projects, and we don't have that kind of experience on board anymore."

The envisioned wood pellet project, one of the biggest in port history, would supply a growing power-plant fuel need in Europe."
There are good (and bad) Republicans and there are good (and bad) Democrats - the trick is to recognize it.
Rabon's bill does not recognize this fact.



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