Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 21, 1982 Page: 2 of 28
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Some of the leading participants in this fine haul of snapper Saturday by the
Kingfisher were, from left to right, Carrie Appelhanz, Cathy Pritchard, Randy
Pritchard. Sharon Schlanker and Bill Schlanker. The boat, captained by Cy Bennett,
was one of several lo-cal boats reporting very good catches of snapper as well as other
varieties of fish last weekend.
Harbor Board recommends
fifty dollar waiting list fee
Tnere will be a $50 fee
assessed to anyone placing their
name on the waiting List for boat
slips in the Port Aransas
Marina, if the Harbor Board has
That recommendation, reached
at the Monday, Oct. 16, meeting
$25.00 6l Up per Mo.
501 S. Alister
Across from Post Office
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of the Harbor Board, is neces-
sary to eliminate those from the
List who put their names on it
“because they're here.” accord-
ing to Harbormaster Dallas
Buice said there are presently
about 300 names on the list and
when a slip becomes available,
many of those on the list are no
longer interested. The fee will
be applied towards the first
rental when a slip is awarded,
but should someone decide to
remove their name from the list,
a $25 administration fee will be
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charged and $25 will be refund-
ed. Buice said this system is in
use in many cities that have boat
slip waiting lists and is a
positive means to assure those
on the waiting list are serious
about wanting a slip.
In other action, the Harbor
Board also recommended to
allow a two hour “courtesy
visit” limit to vessels using the
transient boat slips in the
marina. According to the recom-
mendation, after the initial two
hours, boats still in the slips will
be charged the daily rental rate.
The Harbor Board also recom-
mended a $25 user fee for the
barge dock for tournaments and
allowing monthly rentals of the
transient slips from Nov. 1
through March 31.
These recommendations will
be placed on the next city
council agenda for action.
The Board discussed increas-
ing the rental rates for boat
slips, but tabled the action,
pending a financial statement of
the marina’s operations for last
year. That statement will be
available at the December meet-
ing, said Buice.
Buice also informed the board,
that upon researching the ordi-
nance concerning charges for
commercial trailers and rates for
permits to use the boat yard, he
found that the ordinance has
been misinterpreted in the past.
Previously, he said. $1 was
charged per boat and trailer in
the yard. The ordinance, he
said, calls for a $1 charge for
each and a >1 charge for
each trailer. Beginning Nov. 1,
Buice said, he will be chaiging
the $2 per day rate for boats on
trailers in the boat yard.
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Wallace, David. Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 21, 1982, newspaper, October 21, 1982; Port Aransas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth623466/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ellis Memorial Library.