Port of Galveston employees lower wind turbine blades onto a dock at the west end of the port on Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. The port receives the wind turbine blades and towers, Del Monte fruits and heavy equipment and automobiles. When Rodger Rees arrives as the Port of Galveston's new director this month, he'll be greeted by a board and a community with high expectations he'll shape a broad vision for the public docks. But his first concern must be in the fine details, several wharves board trustees said.
Port of Galveston employees lower wind turbine blades onto a dock at the west end of the port on Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. The port receives the wind turbine blades and towers, Del Monte fruits and heavy equipment and automobiles. When Rodger Rees arrives as the Port of Galveston's new director this month, he'll be greeted by a board and a community with high expectations he'll shape a broad vision for the public docks. But his first concern must be in the fine details, several wharves board trustees said. The Galveston County Daily News via AP Kelsey Walling
Port of Galveston employees lower wind turbine blades onto a dock at the west end of the port on Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. The port receives the wind turbine blades and towers, Del Monte fruits and heavy equipment and automobiles. When Rodger Rees arrives as the Port of Galveston's new director this month, he'll be greeted by a board and a community with high expectations he'll shape a broad vision for the public docks. But his first concern must be in the fine details, several wharves board trustees said. The Galveston County Daily News via AP Kelsey Walling

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