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Brownsville Navigation District Reduces Tax Rate
Brownsville, Texas – September 22, 2020 – The Brownsville Navigation District Board of Commissioners approved lowering the overall tax rate for property owners living within the district with an effective
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Honoring America's Truck Drivers
By John Reed, Chairman of the Brownsville Navigation District   The Port of Brownsville is proud to support the U.S. trucking industry by celebrating National Truck Driver Appreciation Week (Sept. 13-19). While
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A Taste of Texas Sails to China
[caption id="attachment_7194" align="alignleft" width="2560"] WestPlains LLC loaded 34,000 metric tons of sorghum for export to China in August.[/caption]  
WestPlains Exports Rio Grande Valley Sorghum
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Labor Meets The Port That Works
A port community with all these exceptional benefits and active projects requires skilled and abundant labor. Local universities, colleges, technical schools, school districts and workforce development leaders are partnering with
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Strategic Partnership Seeks to Close the Digital Divide in Brownsville

Community-wide survey kicks off campaign to help identify connectivity needs

August 26, 2020 (Brownsville, TX)The City of Brownsville, in partnership with seven strategic local stakeholders
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2020 Notice of Tax Rates in Brownsville Navigation District
This notice concerns the 2020 property tax rates for the Brownsville Navigation District. This notice provides information about two tax rates used in adopting the current tax year's tax rate.
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Construction Begins for South Port Connector Road
Brownsville, Texas – August 10, 2020 – Construction for the South Port Connector Road began today, August 10, 2020, a critical project aimed at improving urban traffic and access to
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Court Dismisses Lawsuit by City of Port Isabel Against Port of Brownsville Over LNG Leases
Brownsville, Texas – August 7, 2020 – On Aug. 5th, a state district court dismissed a lawsuit against the Port of Brownsville by the City of Port Isabel related to
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Port Directory Feature: Trade with Mexico

The Port of Brownsville’s proximity to Mexico, Latin America’s second-largest economy, uniquely positions the port as the nation’s key transshipment gateway delivering goods and commodities to nearby multinational manufacturing