Greenwich Harbor Management Commission

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“Pre-Application” for Mooring in Stamford Waters Near Rocky Point Has Hackles Up in Greenwich

“I’m scared when I hear you have 13 barges on this (mooring) at one time. Several times I’ve heard, where else can the barges go? In Stamford’s master plan it says that water dependent uses are to be consistent with capacity. Maybe we are at capacity.” – Wayne Sullivan Continue Reading →

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DEEP Okays Greenwich’s Harbor Management Plan; MacMillan: My priorities remain the same

” I’ll continue to meet my duties under CT state law and federal law, including offer serene and harmonious harbors to all mariners, to station all vessels seaward of the high water mark in Greenwich and offer safe harbors to all who require them.” – Ian MacMillan, Greenwich Harbor Master Continue Reading →

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Harbor Management Commissioner on Unpermitted Moorings: “Ian Was Right”

During the July Harbor Management Commission meeting in the Mazza room at Greenwich Town Hall, members were briefed on a meeting with Town Officials, State Officials and members of the Rocky Point Club to discuss a request from a local shell fisherman for $200 fees for longtime moorings that to date have no permits. Continue Reading →

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DeLuca of P&Z Presents to Harbor Management Commission: Flood Zone Regs and Docks

Katie DeLuca gave a presentation to the commission, summarizing flood zone regulations as the impact rebuilding in the wake of recent hurricanes. She also suggested the harbor management commission review proposals for new docks before residents apply at the state level for permission. Continue Reading →

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