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The U.S. Coast Guard is accepting written comments related to the FEC railroad bridge over the New River until Dec. 3. Comments should include:

Name of Company or Boat

Type of Company/Industry or Size of Boat

Describe your business related to the New River

Describe the impact to your business or vessel if the bridge is open less than the requested 40 minutes per hour.

Comments can be submitted by mail to Brickell Federal Building c/o Seventh Coast Guard District Bridge Branch, 909 S.E. First Ave., Miami, FL, 33131-3050, or via e-mail to USCGD7DPBPublicComment@uscg.mil.

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