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JACKSONVILLE, FL-Keystone Coal Co. has filed plans with city officials to build a $100-million marine terminal, according to the Florida Times-Union. The terminal would handle shipments of bulk materials such as products for building roads.

Fort Myers-based Keystone Coal plans to start construction this year at the 67-acre site near the Talleyrand Port area. It hopes the first cargo ship will dock in 2010, according to a company executive.

Keystone Coal and the Jacksonville Port Authority went through several years of litigation over ownership of the land. Ultimately, JaxPort dropped its effort to buy Keystone’s land and instead agreed to sell its land at the site to Keystone to resolve a condemnation lawsuit.

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