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"The demolition of the current Memorial Bridge could begin as soon as January 2012 after Gov. John Lynch and the Executive Council are expected to give a Chicago-based contractor the green light to proceed.  According to Keith Cota, chief project manager with the New Hampshire Department of Transportation's bureau of highway design in Concord, Archer Western Contractors of Chicago has proposed an aggressive schedule to complete the more than $88 million project.  Cota said the contractor would like to begin the demolition of the current Memorial Bridge in January and finish its design work by April or May of 2012."  (

Portsmouth, New Hampshire, one of the oldest working ports in the US is known for its historic attractions that date to its founding in 1623 as a seaport community.  Beyond the small town charm of its historic riverfront district, the port of Portsmouth offers the international shipping community a dynamic deep water port facility located just 3 miles from the sea capable of accommodating the largest state of the art tankers and containerships. (