Gloucester, MA, to Discuss Future of Port
November 21, 2013
Gloucester Times: The city [of Gloucester, Massachusetts] will take the first step Friday [November 22] in determining how to use a $75,000 state grant designed to help sustain Gloucester’s shore-side businesses until its commercial fishing industry can regain its economic footing.
The grant, secured in October, largely on the work of state Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr, will help identify essential harbor resources that could be in danger of disappearing before a more comprehensive plan for rescuing or reinventing the fishing industry can be developed.
Read more about the plans to revitalize Gloucester Harbor.