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November 9th 2012

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SAN DIEGO LOG® INSIDE: New Fuel Dock Opens in Newport Harbor, Pg. 12 Dining and Retail Center Planned Near Seaport Village, Pg. 13 California's Number 1 Boating Classifieds for 34 Years Running, Pg. 34 No. 932 California Boating News Since 1971 November 9 - 22, 2012 More Harbor Fee Increases Sought in Newport Offshore Fishing Season Produces November Action ... Pg. 24 After finalizing a more than 400 percent increase for Newport Harbor's commercial marina owners, the city has set its sights on raising dock fees for waterfront businesses. City officials held a public workshop Oct. 31 informing business owners of their plan to increase the current monthly square- foot dock charge by varying amounts, based on types of business and how they use the docks. Restaurant guest slips, shipyard docks, fuel docks, yacht club docks and slips, sportfishing docks, nonprofit organization docks and small commercial marinas will all see rates rise under the new plan … Pg. 21 Embattled Shipwright Removes Boat from His Yard Boaters and Volunteers Clean Up Mission Bay More than 140 on shore and aboard boats participated in day-long project, Pg. 14 Veterans Appreciation Festival Set for USS Iowa, Nov. 10 Inaugural event will include battleship tours, food, live music and more, Pg. 11 Lady Anglers Reel in the Fun This Ventura saltwater club brings women together for fishing and fellow- ship, Pg. 15 Catalina Connection . . . . . . .18 Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 FishRap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Harbor Blotter . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 On the Horizon . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Opinion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Racing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 INSIDE Homeowner and master ship- wright Dennis Holland has been working on dismantling, numbering and organizing the thousands of pieces of wood, bolts and screws that make up the 1916-built wooden ketch Shawnee, which he had been restoring in the side yard of his Newport Beach home since 2006. By Nov. 5, the 72-foot boat had been completely removed, with merely the scaffold- ing that once surrounded the stern of the vessel still in sight … Pg. 17 STATE/NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL n Shark Falls from Sky onto OC Golf Course, Pg. 4 n Amphibious PWC/ATV Set to Go on Sale in U.S., Pg. 4 n Italy's Luna Rossa Boss Slams America's Cup Catamarans, Pg. 4 n Hurricane Sandy Sinks Tall Ship, Pg. 20 n Fill from Dredging Creates 50 Acres of Land at Port of Long Beach, Pg. 5 n Duo Completes 348-mile Electric Boat Cruise to Raise Pollution Awareness, Pg. 8 n 2013 Los Angeles Boat Show to Add In-Water Location in MdR, Pg. 10 n Can I Dispute My Damage Settlement from Another Boater's Insurer? Pg. 6 Ad space reservation deadline: 11/14/12 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE FishRap's • Contact: 949-660-6150, ext. 214 or ads@thelog.com Huntington Harbour to Get $2.5 Million Dredging Project ... Pg. 3 SAILING SOUTH Baja Ha Ha Rally Begins off SD FREE More than 150 sailboats headed out of San Diego Bay Oct. 29 for the 19th annual Baja Ha Ha Rally, featuring a 750-mile cruise to Cabo San Lucas. The fun and festive atmosphere had sailors involved in a good mood — with some even dressed in Halloween costumes — set to head out of the harbor and on their way to the trip's first stop at Mexico's Turtle Bay... Pg. 7 Coming In the 11/23 Issue

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