Thomas FieldsIn an unprecedented move by the mayor of Long Beach, Bob Foster, the city council voted to remove harbor commissioner and board president Thomas Fields.  The mayor and Mr. Fields have disagreed on many issues including a proposal by Fields to move the port’s headquarters to downtown Long Beach.  The mayor cited “excessive travel” as reason for recommending his firing.  Fields, however, said the trips to Asia and Europe were necessary to meet with ocean carrier executives during a period of unparalleled upheaval in the industry.

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