State wants to change boating, harbor rules

State wants to change boating, harbor rules


JOE: DRINKING AND FERAL ANIMALS .. AS WELL AS THE USE OF DIVE FLAGS. ALEXANDER ZANNES JOINS US WITH THE NEW INFORMATION, ALEXANDER? ALEXANDER: JOE — THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES SAYS IT’S WANTED TO MAKE THESE CHANGES FOR YEARS. ALONG WITH TRYING TO CONTROL THE CAT WILL MAKE SURE PEOPLE AREN’T ABLE TO CAMP OUTSIDE OF A BOAT IN THE HARBORS OVERNIGHT. ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION WILL ALSO BE MORE TIGHTLY REGULATED, NO OPEN AND ANOTHER PROPOSED AMENDMENT, DIVE FLAGS MUST BE ILLUMINATED AT A CERTAIN TIME. ED UNDERWOOD, DLNR DIVISION OF BOATING AND OCEAN RECREATION who a dive flag pertains to and most importantly at night do you have a dive flag the problem is you can’t see it UNDER THE PROPOSED NEW RULES GROUPS OF TWO OR MORE DIVERS WOULD ALSO NEED TO HAVE ONE MEMBER OF THE GROUP STAY WITHIN 100 FEET OF A DIVE FLAG AT ALL TIMES. ALEXANDER: STATEWIDE. IF YOU’D LIKE TO KNOW WHEN AND WHERE THE MEETINGS ARE OR HOW YOU CAN COMMENT ON ANY OF THE PROPOSED AMENDMENTS, WE’VE

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