W.C. “Cotton” Fore, who has worked on port projects for 44 years, lost his court appeal of the port's decision to award a major construction project to the second-lowest bidder rather than W.C. Fore Trucking Co. Fore is seen here in 2009 during his company's work to expand and elevate the West Pier.
W.C. “Cotton” Fore, who has worked on port projects for 44 years, lost his court appeal of the port's decision to award a major construction project to the second-lowest bidder rather than W.C. Fore Trucking Co. Fore is seen here in 2009 during his company's work to expand and elevate the West Pier. Tim Isbell Sun Herald File
W.C. “Cotton” Fore, who has worked on port projects for 44 years, lost his court appeal of the port's decision to award a major construction project to the second-lowest bidder rather than W.C. Fore Trucking Co. Fore is seen here in 2009 during his company's work to expand and elevate the West Pier. Tim Isbell Sun Herald File

Port wins bid dispute; Cotton Fore blames ‘good ol’ boy system’

December 14, 2016 11:37 AM

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