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Officials Agree Security in Port of Boston Robust

Following a GAO report questioning the Coast Guard’s ability to address LNG and oil tanker security risks issued earlier this week, Captain Gail Kulisch, the U.S. Coast Guard officer in charge of the Port of Boston, told the Boston Globe that his command
January 10, 2008

Following a GAO report questioning the Coast Guard’s ability to address LNG and oil tanker security risks issued earlier this week, Captain Gail Kulisch, the U.S. Coast Guard officer in charge of the Port of Boston, told the Boston Globe that his command has “a very robust safety and security plan with many partners contributing to that for each and every transit [of LNG and oil tankers].” Citing assurances from state and federal officials, Everett, Mass., Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. said, “The Coast Guard might be stretched thin, but not here in Everett.” And US Representative Edward J. Markey, who requested the GAO report, agreed that the Coast Guard currently has adequate resources to protect the harbor, but noted that the report buttresses arguments against a new import terminal in Fall River.

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