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July 6th 2012

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INSIDE: Dark Star Shines at Long Beach Race Week, Pg. 30 SoCal Marine Association Becomes 'NMMA West,' Pg. 23 California's Number 1 Boating Classifieds for 34 Years Running, Pg. 42 No. 923 California Boating News Since 1971 July 6 - 19, 2012 Marine Advisory Commission Opposes LB Slip Fee Increase Offshore, Islands and Coastal Fishing Heat Up for Area Anglers ... Pg. 26 Long Beach's Marine Advisory Commission decided against supporting a slip fee increase for the city's municipal mari- nas, voting unanimously to oppose the recommended 2 percent increase for 2013. The final decision will be made by Long Beach City Council members in August, before the city approves a new budg- et ... Pg. 3 Cal Boating Is Gone; Demoted to a Division of Parks and Rec San Diego Bait Barge Must Move By 2014 Alamitos Bay Rebuild Project Moves to Phase 2 Dredging in Basin 1 is wrapping up; pile driving is expected to start this month, Pg. 8 Mercedes Ends Up Wet After Man Drives It Off Mission Bay Launch Ramp De Anza Cove boat launch became a car launch on June 20, Pg. 28 INSIDE A Navy project will temporarily displace it, but a new site has not yet been picked, Pg. 11 Gov. Jerry Brown's Government Reorganization Plan #2 was adopted after a July 3 legislative deadline passed, effectively reducing the California Department of Boating and Waterways (Cal Boating) to a division of the Department of Parks and Recreation, beginning next year. With the loss of the stand-alone depart- ment, boating groups have expressed concern about how the boater-generated funding in Cal Boating's budget will be spent in the future — and who, exactly, will be making the decisions on where the money goes ... Pg. 31 STATE/NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL ■ Toy Boats Used to Patrol Waterways, Pg. 4 ■ Team Korea Pays America's Cup Entry Fee, Pg. 4 ■ NB Marina Park Plan Gets Coastal Commission OK, Pg. 9 ■ Pollution Report Card Shows Most SoCal Beaches Improving, Pg. 12 Catalina Connection . . . . . . .22 Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 FishRap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Harbor Blotter . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 On the Horizon . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Opinion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Racing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Support ■ New Website Launched for Chula Vista Bayfront Master Plan, Pg. 13 ■ Marina del Rey WaterBus Is Back in Action, Pg. 27 ■ Charity Regatta Swap Meet Coming to Alamitos Bay, Pg. 21 ■ Will I Be Taxed on My Used Boat Seller's 'Repair Allowance' Discount? Pg. 6 More Than 7 Tons of Pot Seized Off Mexico ... Pg. 10 By Supporting Our Advertisers thelog.com ARE BOATERS 'SELLING' SLIPS? Oceanside May Change Slip Transfer Policy FREE The issue of slip transfers — being able to sell a boat in Oceanside Harbor and transfer the right to lease its slip to a new buyer at the same time — is about to get a closer look. Some boaters have complained that the current slip transferability prac- tice has led to a longer waiting list for available slips and abuse of the system. Smaller boats or rundown boats often sell for more than they are actually worth, when buyers are also getting an Oceanside Harbor slip with the deal ... Pg. 5

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