Harbor Board recommends live-aboard cap, stronger wake violation fines

The Harbor and Ports Advisory Board held its first meeting of the year last Thursday where members voted to recommend raising the fine for wake zone violations, capping the amount of live-aboards in the harbors, and banning use of the harbors for vacation rentals.

During the meeting, Harbormaster Glo Wollen presented an ordinance she plans on bringing before the assembly that would amend the live-aboard policy and prohibited acts in the harbors.

The ordinance would limit live-aboard vessels to no more than 10% of the moorage spaces within each stall length at any one time between the months of...


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