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Kingston waterfront news: January 2006

We've received some great pictures and a history of the shallow wrecks in Anglin Bay.

Posted January 31 2006

Surely we're not the only ones who missed the release of the December 2005 CORK Newsletter. Among the interesting items in the two pages are:

  • The Trillium Foundation has provided over $50,000 towards the purchase of three new race support boats.
  • Marianne Davis is CORK's new general manager.
  • The City of Kingston has received a grant from the Government of Canada to refurbish Portsmouth Olympic Harbour which will include fixing-up the existing ramps, adding new ramps, and refurbishing docks.
Posted January 31 2006

The Ministry of Natural Resources is rethinking a controversial plan to close bass sanctuaries in the Rideau Lakes area after angry opposition from tourism and fishing operators.

Posted January 27 2006

The "Buffalo Niagra Sailing" blog has a great take on club communications. The number of waterfront clubs in Kingston that blog news for their members is currently zero.

Posted January 25 2006

CKWS-TV reports on the new underground sewage overflow tank on the western shore of the Cataraqui River.

Posted January 24 2006

Brigantine Inc has posted their summer schedule for St. Lawrence II. We notice they are looking for some practical items for donation.

Posted January 22 2006

The Collins Bay Yacht Club has posted its preliminary 2006 events calendar.

Posted January 19 2006

The Whig Standard today published a story about pending development on the Davis Tannery site, which is on the Inner Harbour waterfront.

Posted January 12 2006

The City of Kingston qualified for the January (Belle dump leaching) and the April (sewage dump) "highlights" of Lake Ontario Waterkeeper's Year 2005 in Review.

Posted January 3 2006

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