§ 5.1. To make an investigation of conditions within the Port District and to prepare and
adopt a comprehensive plan for the development of port facilities for the Port District. In preparing and recommending changes and modifications in existing harbor facilities,
or a comprehensive plan for the development of such port facilities, the Port District
if it deems desirable may set aside and allocate an area or areas, within the lands
owned by it, to be leased to private parties for industrial, manufacturing, commercial,
or harbor purposes, where such area or areas in the opinion of the Board, are not
required for primary purposes in the development of harbor and port facilities for
the use of public water and land transportation, or will not be needed immediately
for such purposes, and where such leasing in the opinion of the Board will aid and
promote the development of terminal and port facilities.
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