City drops pollution insurance requirements for lessees and establishes, “best management practices” policy


After over a year of back and forth debate, the city council and the harbor advisory board have agreed to drop pollution insurance requirements for persons using and, or leasing city land and requiring best management practices which are specified in the lease documents.

Furthermore, the city would use two standard lease agreements — one for short-term leases at Scow Bay Turnaround that addresses specific Best Management Practices that must be followed at that location, and another for long term leases.

The leases address issues such as clean-up using tarps, dumpsters and avoidance of air...

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