Stuart FitzGibbons, manager of the Domino Sugar Refinery with the signature sign on its plant in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, told the Blue Ribbon Commission on Transportation Funding on Monday that he constantly worries about transportation.
He worries that the harbor will not maintain dredging so his ships will be able to get out. He worries about public transportation for his employees to get to work. The refinery initially was located in central Baltimore because potential employees could live nearby, he said. Now people tend to live out toward the suburbs.Read More