Marina Update

We are excited to of completed the main phase of the marina project early and on budget. We have many initiatives still to complete before the boating season (plumbing, electrical, cleats, sign, flag pole, etc…) and we have a request in for a minor modification to the finger pier on slip 36. We are still confident that the marina will be fully operational by the boating season and we will have been able to complete the project with limited disruption to slip holders. The main new features of the marina include, 4 slips that have been improved for larger boats, many new docking options, a new T-pier for larger boats (during transient docking), a new community/marina platform for waterfront enjoyment and launching of kayaks and canoes (our current plan is to leave the first floating slip open for launching canoes and kayaks) and many new cleats, lights and deck boards, We are also reviewing the potential of adding an additional lift in slip 36 (more details to follow). The marina committee is currently reviewing the existing marina rules an regulations and will be holding a meeting in late Feb/early March to review the proposed changes. Slip contracts will be sent out in early March this year and we are confident that we will be able to accommodate a few new boats in the marina. Slip assignments will be sent out in late March, to prepare for the start of the boating season (we will have some minor changes of last years assignments, based on the remodel). If you are currently not a slip holder and you are very interested in a slip, please email jasonhorst11@gmail.com, to make sure your request is documented. We are working on updating the waiting list and once its completed, we will post it on the community website. A special thanks to Bob Mcgraw for his time and dedication to the overall marina remodeling project.

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Marina Committee