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Harbor Advisory Board Meeting
February 2, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Harbor Advisory Board reviews, advises, and makes recommendations to the City Council on items pertaining to use, control, promotion, and operation of vessels and watercraft within the harbor, docks, piers, slips, utilities, and publicly-owned harbor facilities and water commerce, navigation, or fishery in the Harbor.
The Board also reviews and recommends rates, tolls, fees, or other payments to be made for use or operation of the Harbor. The Harbor Advisory Board makes reports and recommendations on these issues to other City Boards and Commissions on harbor-related matters and when requested, will review items referred to them by other City Boards, Commissions, or the City Council.
- 1st Thursday of the month
- 6 p.m.
- Veteran’s Memorial Hall
209 Surf Street
Morro Bay, CA 93442
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes are available following approval.
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The Harbor Advisory Board is comprised of 7 voting members, 4 of which must be qualified electors of the City of Morro Bay. Appointments are made by the City Council.
- Alan Alward, Joseph Conchelos, and Tom Hafer, Morro Bay Commercial Fishing
- Ron Reisner, Member at Large – Vice-Chair
- Gene Doughty, Representative of South Bay / Los Osos
- Dana McClish, Recreational Boating Member
- Bill Luffee, Marine Oriented Business – Chairman
- Lynn Meissen, Member at Large
- Neal Maloney, Waterfront Leaseholders
Contact the Board
If you would like to send written comments to the Board, please email them at HAB@morrobayca.gov. Please note that comments will be sent to the Board and select city staff.
NOTE: Clicking any direct email link will attempt to open your computer’s default email client (if you haven’t set this up it may try to open an email client you don’t use). If this is not what you are trying to do, simply copy the email addresses above and past them into the email you’d like to send.
NOTE: Email correspondence sent to or from members of the Board via the city’s website is considered public records and may be subject to disclosure and additional distribution pursuant to the Public Records Act, Brown Act, and Council Policies and Procedures.