10-10-2018 Port St Joe, FL – Hurricane Michael



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Video from around Port St Joe (the next town down/east the beach from Mexico Beach) as the winds died down Wednesday afternoon and the storm surge was flowing back into the gulf. Video includes a look at a damaged downtown Port St Joe, damaged structures, boats in parking lots, damaged roads etc. Aerial video posted to LSM a couple days ago shows a even better view of the destruction in Port St Joe which includes a huge ship washed onshore and major damage across town.

Hikin’ Holland – Urk, Picturesque fishing Port & Once an Island [Apr. 9, 2017]



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Hiked the former Zuiderzee islands of URK and Schokland today. This here shows the first one. Urk still is a significant fishing port. Very picturesque. Apart from that – noticed a few very special sailing ships. And great weather!

As usual, some route information added.
The music: Giyo, with ‘Feelin’ Fine’ and ‘Downward Spiral’.

Port Royal Club Naples, Florida Destination Wedding



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Well, we’re about ready to just pack up our bags and hop on a plane back to Naples after finishing this film from Melissa & Brett’s stunning wedding. It was such an honor to capture their day, and boy, you just can’t beat that soft pastel light from that Naples sunset! Thank you for trusting us to capture your day and recreate it in this way. We just LOVE what we do!!

Wedding Videographer: Better Together Cinema
Wedding Photographer: Allie Ryann Photography
Getting Ready: Hyatt House Naples/5th Avenue
Wedding Ceremony: St. Anne’s Catholic Church
Wedding Reception: Port Royal Naples Florida
Entertainment: DJ Dayve
Makeup Artist: Matthew Wells

Hurricane Michael post storm images – Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe, Florida



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Footage of our return to Mexico beach and Port St. Joe area after hurricane Michael evacuation. Some land footage and some from air. Mexico beach and Port St. Joe beach devastation from hurricane Michael. Most powerful storm to hit this area in recorded weather history

Port of Los Angeles Live Stream



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Grab a front-row seat on the Los Angeles Main Channel, complete with panoramic views of the Vincent Thomas Bridge, container cranes, cargo and cruise ships, tugboats, fire boats, and active wildlife — all against the backdrop of the America’s busiest port, the Port of Los Angeles.

Flooding an American City Port Wentworth Georgia



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Flooding an American City Port Wentworth Georgia
Project Overview
The Jimmy DeLoach Connector is a 3.1-mile new location limited access four-lane highway between State Route
307/Bourne Avenue and the Jimmy DeLoach Parkway current terminus. The new Connector runs parallel to State
Route 21/Augusta Highway and includes the construction of six new bridges, new interchanges at Grange Road and
Sonny Dixon, and 11 acres of wetlands mitigation.
Key dates to note:
 Project concept completed in 2010
 State sold a $100 million bond to fund the project in 2011
 Project awarded to design-build team of Archer-Western Contractors/ LPA Group on Dec. 2, 2011
 Groundbreaking on Oct. 17, 2013
 Project completed on May 27, 2016
Innovative Time & Cost Saving Initiatives
 This was the first GDOT Design-Build contract to include ROW acquisition, which accelerated the completion of
the project schedule by two years.
 A value engineering proposal by the design-build team saved the Department $2 million in ROW costs.
 The proposers’ innovative bid package resulted in over $8 million in savings from cost estimates.
 Segmented construction phases depended on Right-of-Way acquisition – began construction on segments where
ROW was acquired, resulting in significant construction time savings.
 Design flexibility minimized impacts and decreased mitigation needs.
 Upfront utility coordination avoided costly relocation of gas lines.
Project’s Purpose and Benefits
 Improve travel time from the Savannah Port to I-95 and accommodate the increasing truck traffic entering and
exiting the Savannah Port.
 Accommodate the expansion of the Savannah Port and deepening of the Savannah River Channel to handle
“Super Panamax” ships and maintain the economic viability of the Port and southeast region.
 Improve long-term efficiency, reliability and cost-competitiveness in the movement of workers and goods.
Freight movement to and from the port facilities in the Savannah area is critical to the local, state and regional
economies.
 Provide the final connecting link between I-95, one of the busiest interstates in the country; local and regional
distribution facilities in the United States; and the fastest growing container port.
 Increase the attractiveness of the port to national and international shippers.
 Bypass approximately three miles of existing SR 21 mainline beginning at Jimmy DeLoach Parkway and allow
direct access into the Savannah Port gates.
 Provide more than 8,000 trucks, entering and leaving the Port of Savannah through its main gate, uninterrupted
access to Interstate Highways 95 and 16.
 Reduce truck traffic and improve safety on busy Augusta Highway by enabling trucks to avoid four traffic signals
on SR 21 and save more than 10 minutes each trip – a benefit/cost yield of 8:1.
(Travel time savings using SR 21 (pre-construction) compared with using Jimmy DeLoach (post-construction) as
calculated between Bourne Avenue east of the Jimmy DeLoach Connector and the north end of Jimmy DeLoach
Parkway were 10 minutes per vehicle.)

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Port LaBelle, Florida Land For Sale



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Port LaBelle, Florida residential real estate, vacant lots for sale in sizes of Quarter-Acre to One-Third Acre near Gulf Beaches, Caloosahatchee River. Electric and water lines, near schools, shopping, churches located in Hendry county in southwest Florida. For land investing and residential lot sales see:

Declarations Over Village of Faith Ministries in Port Arthur, Texas



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Jennifer LeClaire, founder of Ignite network, encourages and makes declarations over Pastors Damon and Tina Joseph. Under the covering of Ignite, they are launching Village of Faith Ministries in Port Arthur, Texas.

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Surrounded by Oil Refineries, Port Arthur, TX Faces New Environmental Crisis Following Harvey Floods



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– Six days after Hurricane Harvey made landfall, the unprecedented storm is continuing to wreak havoc in Texas and parts of Louisiana. The death toll has risen to at least 38, but authorities expect it to grow as the historic floodwaters begin to recede. Early this morning, a pair of explosions rocked a chemical plant 30 miles northeast of Houston, sending thick black smoke into the air. The Harris County Sheriff’s Office says one deputy was taken to the hospital after inhaling fumes, and nine others drove themselves to the hospital.

Now a tropical depression, Harvey has moved inland, but many parts of Texas remain underwater or under flood watch. On Thursday, the city of Port Arthur, Texas, which is 100 miles east of Houston, was completely underwater. AccuWeather is now projecting the economic impact of Harvey might top $190 billion—exceeding the economic impact of Katrina and Sandy combined. Up to 40,000 homes may been destroyed and 500,000 cars totaled in the storm. According to the Red Cross, more than 32,000 people are in shelters in Texas. We speak with Hilton Kelley, the founder of Community In-Power and Development Association in Port Arthur, Texas. He is a former Hollywood stuntman turned environmental activist. In 2011, he was awarded the Goldman Prize, the world’s most prestigious environmental award, for his work battling for communities living near polluting industries in Port Arthur and the Texas Gulf Coast. Port Arthur is home to the largest oil refinery in the nation—the Saudi-owned Motiva plant, which has been shut down due to flooding.

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Port Moresby Celebrates New Year In Floods



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Residents at Gerehu stage one, in Port Moresby are celebrating the New Year’s Eve underwater.

After two hours of rain early this morning, excessive drain water has flooded their homes.

They blamed the construction company, building the Gerehu to Nine Mile road for no proper drainage.
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THE TOWN MAG PRESENTS: The Nouveaux Honkies of Port Salerno, Florida



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Stuart — What do you get when you cross a little bit of Jazz, Country, Blues, Bluegrass, and good ole American music, The Nouveaux Honkies. Port Salerno’s very own, The Nouveaux Honkies gave “The Town Mag,” the great privilege of sitting down with them for a one on one interview which can be seen in our video section.

Lead singer Tim O’Donnell and violinist Rebecca Dawkins share their story. From playing in church groups to the top 3 on the national Americana charts, The Nouveaux Honkies bring a flair all their own. Tim and Rebecca play together in the band, and the two have been playing music before they entered kindergarten. Joining forces together in the early 2000’s, they liven up the music scene of south Florida. Regular mainstays at several local establishments, one cannot say he or she has experienced the Martin County life without seeing The Nouveaux Honkies live.

To keep tabs on the band, visit their website www.thenhband.com , search for them on Facebook or visit “The Town Mag’s” music calendar. To view the video, visit www.thetownmag.com , and the video can be shared by visiting “The Town Mag’s” Youtube page. Viewers are encouraged to “Like” and leave comments on “The Town Mag’s” Facebook page and follow “The Town Mag,” on Twitter.