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Maryland Port Administration still hopeful for Sparrows Point dredging site
Despite seeing their offer to buy the 300-acre Coke Point peninsula in Sparrows Point rejected, the Maryland Port Administration says it is not exploring backup options to the site.
The Port Administration made an offer in late February to Environmental Liability Transfer Inc. to buy the Coke Point peninsula at the former Sparrows Point steel mill, said Richard Scher, a spokesman for the Maryland Port Administration. ELT rejected that offer last week, but the port is still in negotiations with ELT…
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