Port Hueneme California Events
While most eyes have focused on the coronavirus relief package in the past week, ports across America are waiting for President Trump to sign the $1.2 billion HMT Fund Act of 2017. The law includes provisions to ensure that more funds flow into Port Hueneme to maintain and improve the port, and more than ten times more funds to the U.S. Department of Transportation's International Maritime Fund. Since its adoption under President Reagan, the H MT Fund has financed the construction of the world's largest port for importing cargo from the United States and Canada, as well as the expansion of ports in Mexico.
By comparison, the majority of the country's other 270 ports receive more than half of the US Department of Transportation's International Maritime Fund. The nine donor countries, including Port Hueneme, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco, have long spent more on maintenance than they ever received. However, not all of these taxes are distributed each year and accumulate over time in the form of taxes, fees and charges and other taxes.
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We are also pleased that the bill includes language supporting the Port of Hueneme's efforts to ensure that port donors receive their fair share of resources from the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund. This victory is a monumental step in the right direction, although we must now work to allocate the remaining ten years during the next congressional approval process, scheduled for early summer.
Tickets are $80 for the day of the event and $65 beforehand, available at 626-447-2159 or www. VIP ($86.25), admission is 11: 30 a.m., and the festival ends on September 20. On the website you will find more information about ticket sales, parking and other details about this year's festival. Tickets are available for $60 for a one-day ticket - the - to the event, $75 for two-day tickets, or $100 for three-day tickets.
French wine buyer Samantha Dugan introduces us to Pinot Noirs in the heart of Burgundy and joins us to taste Chinon, one of the most popular Pinot Noirs in the world. Winemaker Clay Mauritson pours and discusses the history of his family's Chardonnay, Chablis and Cabernet Sauvignon wines, as well as his passion for discovering the Chinones.
Tonight at Port Hueneme Wine & Spirits, a special wine tasting and tasting with a focus on Chardonnay, Chablis and Cabernet Sauvignon.
The event will include a wine tasting with a focus on Chardonnay, Chablis and Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as a selection of wines from the Hueneme Port and Spirits Collection.
Tickets can be purchased at the office or participating restaurants or by calling (714) 755-688-5555.
Nearby are: Port Huenema City Hall, the Port of Los Angeles Convention Center and the San Bernardino County Convention and Visiting Office. Sporting goods and sporting goods from local businesses as well as a variety of local restaurants.
The port is littered with goods for the Los Angeles Basin, including cars, pineapples and bananas. The beach has a wooden fishing pier (# 11) and is one of the most popular beaches in San Bernardino County. Naval base and port share the same name, Port Huenema Naval Base and Port of San Diego.
We prefer family-friendly events that are just a short walk or drive away and can support our local economy. Proper maintenance of the port and port is crucial for local businesses and our way of life. Correcting capital problems is a top priority for the emerging port, and in Ventura County we know that proper maintenance is important.
The Port of Ventura County, the Port Authority of Southern California and the City of Los Angeles, as well as many other local businesses.