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Monday, March 30, 2015
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Long Beach seeks another public dock at Rainbow Harbo

Parimal M. Rohit  |  posted: 3/30/2015

CHULA VISTA —The California Coastal Commission approved a new proposal for a floating dock in Long Beach’s Rainbow Harbor during a March 13 meeting. 


Volunteers clean up 1,300 pounds of trash from Santa Cruz Island

Volunteers clean up 1,300 pounds of trash from Santa Cruz Island

Catherine French  |  posted: 3/26/2015

SANTA CRUZ ISLAND—Thirty-eight volunteers headed offshore to the east end of Santa Cruz Island to remove trash from several beaches.

Major dredging effort underway at Ventura Harbor

Major dredging effort underway at Ventura Harbor

Ambrosia Brody  |  posted: 3/26/2015

VENTURA —The mounds of accumulated sediment in Ventura Harbor are in the process of being removed as part of a major dredging effort in the recreational and commercial harbor.

Unchartered Waters: no easy routes to address copper

Unchartered Waters: no easy routes to address copper

Parimal M. Rohit  |  posted: 3/26/2015

This story is the fourth installment in a series on copper reduction. While this is the final installment of this series, The Log will continue to report on TMDL throughout the year as it becomes relevant.

Newport Beach Harbor Commission reviewing moorings

Newport Beach Harbor Commission reviewing moorings

Parimal M. Rohit  |  posted: 3/26/2015

NEWPORT BEACH — Newport Beach’s Harbor Commission held its second meeting at the Oasis Senior Center in two weeks to discuss mooring administration and regulation. 

National City hopes to boost maritime presence

National City hopes to boost maritime presence

Parimal M. Rohit  |  posted: 3/26/2015

NATIONAL CITY — National City City Council discussed the Port of San Diego’s integrated planning process during their March 17 meeting at City Hall.

Long Beach City Council approves $16M for Alamitos Bay rebuild

Long Beach City Council approves $16M for Alamitos Bay rebuild

Parimal M. Rohit  |  posted: 3/26/2015

LONG BEACH — A significantly large sum of money was approved by the Long Beach City Council at its Saint Patrick’s Day meeting to continue funding the Alamitos Bay Marina rebuild.

Abandoned Boats: a problem here to stay?

Abandoned Boats: a problem here to stay?

Parimal M. Rohit  |  posted: 3/26/2015

California has made an effort to control how many abandoned boats are found afloat or sunken in waterways.

Dockwalker trainings offered to SoCal boaters

Dockwalker trainings offered to SoCal boaters

Log Staff  |  posted: 3/18/2015

LOS ANGELES — From Ventura to San Diego, free Dockwalker workshops will train volunteers in March and April to promote and educate boaters on environmentally-sound boating practices in Southern California.

San Diego’s biggest recreational event of the year

San Diego’s biggest recreational event of the year

Log Staff  |  posted: 3/18/2015

The Fred Hall Shows are the largest consumer fishing shows in the world —and they also showcase more boats, more shooting sports gear and more travel and vacation opportunities than you are likely to see anywhere else.

WORSA relaunches with newly elected board, expanded membership

WORSA relaunches with newly elected board, expanded membership

Log Staff  |  posted: 3/18/2015

DANA POINT —The Women’s Ocean Racing Sailing Association (WORSA) recently reorganized and elected a full slate of new officers to serve for 2015 after a three-year hiatus.

SDPD celebrates arrival of new boat

SDPD celebrates arrival of new boat

Capt. Nicole Sours Larson  |  posted: 3/18/2015

Hurray! The San Diego Police Department (SDPD) finally has a new boat!

Festival of Whales Splashes into Dana Point, March 14-15

Festival of Whales Splashes into Dana Point, March 14-15

Log Staff  |  posted: 3/12/2015

DANA POINT — The 44th annual Dana Point Festival of Whales will help celebrate the return of gray whales to local waters with festival events scheduled for March 14 to 15.

L.A. County request for copper paint conversions grant rejected

L.A. County request for copper paint conversions grant rejected

Parimal M. Rohit  |  posted: 3/12/2015

LOS ANGELES — A request to provide grant funding for recreational boaters in Marina del Rey to convert from copper-based hull paints to non-copper alternatives has been denied, according to correspondence exchanged between boating interests and state officials.

City and county officials to pay $227,500 to remove beached boat

City and county officials to pay $227,500 to remove beached boat

Parimal M. Rohit  |  posted: 3/12/2015

PLAYA DEL REY — As the sands of time figuratively passed since she beached onto the shores of Playa del Rey, so did the amount of the granular substance that literally filled her interior. 

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