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 September 20 - 21, 2014

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Limited Parking
Dock Roller Problems
Save Our Water
Limited Parking
Old Monterey Fine Arts Festival
Back to Monterey for our third show!
September 20-21, 2014

Monterey Art Festival 

Monterey Fine Arts Festival
Back to Monterey for our third show!
September 20-21, 2014

This will be our third show in Monterey, the "Old Monterey Fine Art Festival" will be held at Fisherman's Wharf on September 20-21, 2014.  The first show had great attendance, partially due to the Monterey Jazz Festival being the same weekend. So we planned on having it again to coincide with the Jazz Festival. In addition to our normal advertising, we also plan on advertising in their Jazz Festival Program.


Remove Your Old Rollers!

Rollers that aren't maintained can cause damage to your boat. Be sure to maintain your dock rollers and remove them if not used or in a state of disrepair. Your gel coat will appreciate it! Dock rollers are not harbor issued items. If removed, we will replace the corner section of dock guard!

Turn Off Your Water!!!
As we all know California is in a serious drought, saving water is essential. Occasionally our staff finds a hose bib on and leaking freshwater. Please make sure that all your hoses and connections are all free of leaks, and when not using the water please turn it off! If you have a problem with the city supplied valve, please notify Rodger Rauch at 242-8728.
Warm Regards,

Capt Brian Nelson
City of Monterey - Office of the Harbormaster

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Cal Fish and Wildlife
Passed by the California State Legislature in 1999, the Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA) required the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to redesign its system of marine protected areas (MPAs) to increase its coherence and effectiveness at protecting the state's marine life, habitats, and ecosystems. For the purposes of MPA planning, a public-private partnership commonly referred to as the MLPA Initiative was established, and the state was split into five distinct regions (four coastal and the San Francisco Bay) each of which had its own MPA planning process. All four coastal regions have completed these individual planning processes. As a result the coastal portion of California's MPA network is now in effect statewide. Options for a planning process in the fifth and final region, the San Francisco Bay, have been developed for consideration at a future date.

There are different marine managed areas classifications used in California's MPA network. This includes three MPA designations (State Marine Reserve, State Marine Conservation Area, State Marine Park), a marine recreational management area (State Marine Recreational Management Area), and special closures:



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