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The Hogan administration announced Wednesday the state-owned public terminals at the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore handled more containers, cars, construction equipment and other types of general cargo than ever before in 2018.
Helen Delich Bentley, former Federal Maritime Commission chairperson and five-term member of the U.
102nd 199l-1993 Helen Delich Bentley Jocelyn Burdick (m)
Today, the port is named for Helen Delich Bentley, a former Congresswoman (1985-1995), former Chairwoman of the Federal Maritime Commission (1969-1975), and long-time port advocate.
Helen Delich Bentley, godmother of the Freedom, commented on the renaming in a speech at the Freedom reflagging in Baltimore on Oct.
She explained, "No woman in high public office has ever been tainted with a hint of scandal, and nomination of a woman as vice president would go far toward helping restore public confidence in our government." Heckler suggested either Counsellor Anne Armstrong or Helen Delich Bentley, chairwoman of the Federal Maritime Commission, for the position.
Representative Helen Delich Bentley, a Republican of Maryland, resisted the overtures of corporate lobbyists who said that fundraising for her next campaign would be "enhanced" if she voted with the PresideNt.
While the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore continues to set records in terms of the amount of cargo moving through the port, it is also being recognized for its efforts helping the environment.
Helen Delich Bentley of Maryland, former chair of the Federal Maritime Commission and a five-term congresswoman, has announced that she is the Republican candidate for her former seat in the House of Representatives.
Most readers of this special publication sponsored by the Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) may not know this, but business at one of the region's vital assets, the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore, is booming.