Posts Tagged ‘boaters’

Waterway District sues county over unpaid membership allocation

by Associated Press Published: May 14,2012

Tags: bench, boaters, boating, boats, county government, courts, judicial, judiciary, lawsuit, outdoors, river, swimming, water, waterway

LAMAR COUNTY — The Pat Harrison Waterway District has filed suit against Lamar County for not paying its $390,000 membership allocation for fiscal year 2011-12. The Hattiesburg American reports the district filed a petition May 3 in Forrest County Chancery Court, listing the county, its Board of Supervisors president Joe Bounds and tax assessor/collector Jack […] [...]

Construction underway on Bayou Caddy Marina

HANCOCK COUNTY — A Hancock County marina that was hit hard by Hurricane Katrina is well on its way to a comeback. Construction has started on a new harbor master building at Bayou Caddy Marina to replace the one destroyed during the storm. WLOX TV reports the new building towers over docking spaces. “Before the […] [...]

Finding fresh water

by Wally Northway Published: July 11,2010

Tags: boaters, Fresh water, Gulf Oil Spill disaster, inland waters

Oil spill forces many boaters inland Dave Burrage has a piece of advice for recreational boaters on the Gulf as the oil spill widens — stay out. And for those boaters opting for oil-free, inland waters, he warns that carries risks, as well — to boats and their passengers. “For people and the environment, the […] [...]

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