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By Rob Varnon, Connecticut Post, Bridgeport Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
May 9--In the confines of a room in Gov. John G. Rowland's Bridgeport office, the Connecticut Pilot Commission on Thursday calmly discussed the raging storm over who will be allowed to guide more than 300 cargo ships bringing oil, lumber, steel and other products to Connecticut's Long Island Sound ports per year.
During the meeting at 10 Middle St., the commission focused on how proposed piloting regulations -- requiring all Connecticut-licensed Sound pilots to join a rotation system with New York -- will affect three Connecticut licensed pilots.
Nine other state-based …