By Ben Muir 

Borough assembly approves Scow Bay lease application for boat ramp

 

Ben Muir / Petersburg Pilot

Taylor Pullar, left, and John Murgas at the Scow Bay Turnaround.

A Petersburg man in his second round of proceedings with the borough assembly has been approved to build a Scow Bay boat ramp that he will pay for.

John Murgas, a boat hauler and owner of Island Ventures LLC, was green-lit by the assembly on Monday to lease tidelands and construct a temporary boat ramp at the Scow Bay Turnaround.

The Petersburg Harbor Board, Planning Commission and Economic Development Council all recommended the assembly approve a lease for Murgas.

The purpose of the ramp is to launch and haul boats when there are prevailing southerly winds and waves, Murgas says. It's...



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