Port Everglades’ officials are seeking public participation in an August 31 meeting regarding future plans for the Broward County seaport.
“Numerous elements of the 2006 Master/Vision Plan are being implemented throughout Port Everglades,” said Phillip C. Allen, Port Everglades Port Director. “This update sets the course for further enhancements over the next 5-, 10- and 20-year periods, to benefit the Port’s cruise, cargo and petroleum industry sectors and the people of Broward County.
“Port stakeholders and the general public alike are enthusiastically encouraged to take part in the August 31 meeting, to learn more about – and furnish input on – the Port’s future initiatives, which aim to maintain and advance Port Everglades’ prominence in cruise, cargo and petroleum sectors and role as a major economic engine in Broward County,” Allen continued. “We are committed to expanding and enhancing facilities in a manner that is economical, efficient and environmentally responsible.”