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Maritime facilities bylaw consultation opens today

Maritime facilities bylaw consultation opens today

Recreational boaties and commercial marine farmers will find Council's Maritime Facilities Bylaw consultation worth a look.

The proposed Maritime Facilities Bylaw does not change any fees, but it simplifies Council's rules around facilities like wharves, jetties, boat ramps, quays, piers, and pontoons.

Essentially, it's a streamlined version of the former Wharves and Coastal Structures Bylaw that everyone has been used to already, with the removal of elements that no longer apply.

If you're not familiar with that Bylaw, it dealt with rules about things like cleaning facilities, responsibility for damage to facilities, and powers granted to Maritime Facilities Managers.

The submission forms will be available through Council's online consultation portal from 9 October to 9 November 2015.

Submitters need to tell Council what decision they would like made, the reasons for their submission and whether or not they want to present to Council in person at the Hearing.

Submitters who want to be heard will be invited to present their submissions at a Hearing held in Thames on Thursday 19 November. If you want to present at the Hearing, you will be contacted and have the opportunity to confirm the approximate time.

The final bylaw will be put to Council on Wednesday 9 December 2015 for adoption.

Click here to go to our Have Your Say section and give us your feedback.

If you prefer to make your submission on paper, instead of online, you can either drop it in to one of our offices in Thames, Coromandel town, Whitianga or Whangamata or post your printed and completed form to Thames-Coromandel District Council, Private Bag, Thames

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