Board Talk Cont.: Cruise Ship Fee Hikes Go To Public Hearings

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Pride of America Credit: Wikipedia

On June 14, the Land Board voted to increase mooring fees for the state's small boat harbors. The vote was not unanimous and was made after the board rejected a contested case hearing request from members of the public.

Increases in cruise ship passenger fees were initially included in the rules package approved that day, but at the request of the Department of Land and Natural Resources’ Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation, that section was removed to allow the agency to work with stakeholders and make revisions, according to an . . .

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