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    The Coast Guard did their annual surprise inspection about a month ago and told the marina that all slip fingers need to be clear of obstructions. They cited safety, but I can't remember if it was for tripping or fire or what. At any rate, the finger has been cleared of debris finally!
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    No 1 who controls the water where you are, do they lease from the Corps? Send a certified letter to the marina management, be nice but cite the infractions and the fact you are in a unsafe situation, to late for the sewage but blocking the channel and the safety aspect will get their attention. Tell them you will notify the proper people if it is not corrected in 30 days.

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    bad neighbor

    Send the management a 10 day letter citing the safty aspects and channel blockage. Give them 30 days to correct same or you will report this to the proper people. It is to late on the sewage issue. Who controls the water where you are? I can tell you who to call regardless of where it is. Do this but be nice and tell them others are complaining also. They probaly like this guy as he is up grading their dock.

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