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Boaters jammed the channel sandbar on July 4, sparking new focus on a 2001 rule meant to control rafting there.

Sandbar Boaters Shrug Off State’s Pandemic Guidance

July 6, 2020   David Smith

 
 

Boaters packed the channel sandbar this weekend in defiance of the state’s social distancing guidelines and a plea from the Marine Patrol “to assist them” by complying with rafting rules.

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Marine Patrol

Marine Patrol Asks for Cooperation

July 3, 2020   David Smith

 
 

A State Police tweet yesterday asked boaters to, in effect, give its Marine Patrol officers a break by obeying state rafting rules. In this summer of the pandemic, the Cassie Cove sandbar will likely be a test of how well things work out.

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Concerns about Ballast Boats, Invasive Species and Water Quality

June 22, 2020   Amy Smagula

 
 

The state’s Wake Boat Study Commission, empaneled last year, will report its findings in the coming weeks. In this article, Concord’s foremost invasive species expert discusses the environmental challenges presented by this type of water craft.

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Danforth Pond Boaters Catch a Break

June 19, 2020   David Smith

 
 

A delay in the start of work to replace the aging bridge over Danforth Brook means Danforth Pond boaters will be able to use the waterway through July.

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Northgate Loses Appeal In Milton Campground Expansion

June 10, 2020   David Smith

 
 

The town’s ZBA last year turned down the Michigan company’s application for a special exception to increase the number of campsites and add “approximately three acres of amenities” in the town residential district.

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