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Rockland Cruise Ships
  • Published
    October 14, 2010

    Rockland approves cruise ship policy, tables Bartlett Woods contract zoning

    Rockland now has a harbor policy that governs cruise ships without specifying preference for smaller or larger ships. The Rockland City Council on Oct. 13 approved the Cruise Ship Shore Operations Policy, a 13-point document that states that Rockland "wishes to encourage the growth of Rockland as a port of call for cruise ships." The council did, however, strike a paragraph, effectively removing a sentence ...

  • Published
    July 14, 2010

    Comments mixed on cruise ship policy

    Rockland residents and other interested parties packed a meeting room at the Rockland Lighthouse Museum July 13 to offer comments and learn about a cruise ship policy under development by the Rockland Harbor Management Commission. As public comment opened, Mayor Deborah McNeil responded to statements from others that the commission was acting outside its scope in setting fees and defining limits to potential ...

  • Published
    July 9, 2010

    Rockland to review cruise ship policies

    Local chambers of commerce have expressed concern in advance of a meeting of the Rockland Harbor Commission, scheduled for Tuesday, July 13, to review policies under development in regard to the cruise ship industry. The Harbor Commission will also discuss the Middle Pier and Buoy Park rental policy and a possible ordinance regulating the rights and responsibilities of those living aboard their boats. The ...

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