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Public Meeting to Discuss Fuel Docks in Huntington Harbour
posted on 08/13/2015.

Public Meeting to Discuss Fuel Docks in Huntington Harbour

The City plans to attend a meeting next week to discuss the status of the Mariner's Point fuel docks in Huntington Harbour. Join Council Member Billy O’Connell, as well as other City leaders as they listen and address concerns of the public fuel docks.

When: Wed., August 19, 2015 at 5 p.m.

Where: Home of Ed Clarke at 17061 Bolero Lane, Huntington Harbour. Parking available on local streets within the Harbour.

The City was recently made aware that the private operators of the fuel dock are looking to close the fuel dock some time after October 1, 2015. While this is a private facility, the City understands the great importance the fuel dock, Huntington Harbour's only fuel dock, has for the boating community.

After meeting with concerned representatives of the boating community, the City immediately reached out to the partnership controlling the fuel dock to explore options to preserve the current fuel dock. While not a party to any negotiations, it is the City's desire to ensure that a public fuel dock remains open and accessible for the Huntington Harbour boating community and visitors.

Attachment: Fuel dock meeting release final.pdf


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