LEWISTON, Idaho - The Port of Lewiston is considering spending about $50,000 to repair and refurbish a crane used to lift containers.
The Lewiston Tribune reports that Port Manager David Doeringsfeld told port commissioners on Wednesday that $20,000 will be used to repair a crack in the frame.
He says another $15,000 will used to refurbish the engine.
The cost of coordinating the work will add another $15,000.
The port handled 4,439 containers in 2013.
The port in northern Idaho is the most inland seaport on the West Coast.
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