SAN PEDRO, Calif. — November 9, 2007 — The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners will meet at 2:30pm on Thursday, November 15 at the Harbor Administration Building in San Pedro, a change from the previously posted meeting time and place. 

A special Board meeting will be held on Thursday, November 29 to consider the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the Berth 136-147 (TraPac) Container Terminal Project.  The meeting will take place at Banning’s Landing Community Center in Wilmington beginning at 4 p.m.

If the Board certifies the FEIR and approves a project, a public hearing will then be held in the same location on the issuance of a proposed Coastal Development Permit for the TraPac Container Terminal Project.       

The agenda for each meeting and documents pertaining to the TraPac FEIR will be posted on the Port’s website at

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