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Caption: ERIN ROSSELL/WBJ Co-owner, Scott McKellar (left), Homeowner Association (HOA) Manager, April Boosinger (center), and Dockmaster, Mark Evans (right) stand at the entrance of Sunset Marina, Wednesday, July 19, in Chelan.
Kate, who has an 18-month-old daughter said: "It's great on the Fish Quay and the Dockmaster's House means we have our first unit to ourselves.
When the dockmaster came over and realized our problem, he secured all movement of the tugs.
I was inspired by a panoramic view of the Hudson River from a picnic area near the dockmaster's office as the sun set.
The control depth is 2.4 meters and the dockmaster can be reached by VHF radio on Channel 16.
Cruising up I-75 last August, I called my dad's office at the dock (he's the dockmaster, which makes him only slightly less powerful--at least for summers in Michigan's most popular harbor town-than God) to let him know I'd roll into town at about 6 p.m.
A publication charting 800 years of the history of Grimsby, England has been compiled by Garry Crossland who works for Associated British Ports (ABP) and Chris Turner, former dockmaster at Grimsby docks.
After the show, however, the dockmaster expressed some reservations about our leaving right away," said Gary Melton.
The plaintiff's complaint and the parties' motions for and against summary judgment in a case alleging that a marina negligently hired--and entrusted a boat to--a dockmaster. (No.
There are only a few places to live in town -- four new modular homes near the old campground, the dockmaster's house and Whitney Hall, a residence facility at the lab, where Netherton and students working at the lab live.
He hit the 14th very hard, recovered to lead two fences later but dropped away very quickly when tackled again by Dockmaster.